advise (someone) of (something)
Should we used "advise (someone) of (something)" or "advise (someone) on (something)"?
To advise smone of smthng and to advise smone on smthng are both correct, but have different meanings.
We use 'to advise someone of something' when we are warning someone.
He advised us of the dangerous river current.
We use 'to advise someone on something"' when we are giving advice.
He then advised us on the safest area for swimming.
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