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Ravi Has a Problem, So He Asks His Friends for Advice. Read the Conversation Below and Underline the Expressions that Are Used for Giving Advice. (This Could Be Done as Role-play) - English - Communicative

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Ravi has a problem, so he asks his friends for advice. Read the conversation below and underline the expressions that are used for giving advice. (This could be done as role-play) 

Ravi : My neighbours play very loud music, which disturbs me when I'm studying. 
Mohan: Why don't you try persuading them to turn down the volume? 
Shiela: If that doesn't work you could think of changing your study time. 
Rahim: Why should Ravi have to do that? He really ought to report such antisocial behaviour to the police. 
Shiela: Before taking drastic action like that, I would advise you to sort it out amicably with your neighbours. 
Rahim: If l were you, I would play my music even louder! 
Mohan: That won't solve his problem. Ravi, I think you should ask your father to take it up with your neighours. 

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Ravi: My neighbours play very loud music and it disturbs me when I’m studying.
Mohan: Why don’t you try persuading them to turn down the volume?
Shiela: If that doesn’t work you could think of changing your study time.
Rahim: Why should Ravi have to do that? He really ought to report such a whimsical behaviour to the police.
Shiela: Before taking any such drastic action, I would advise you to sort it out amicably with your neighbours.
Rahim: If I were you, I would play my music even louder!
Mohan: That won’t solve his problem. Ravi, I think you should ask your father to take it up with your neighbours.

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