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Please be advised....

  • July 12, 2010, 10:31am

Katrin,

I am sorry but I disagree with you 100%. "Be advise" has absolutely no place in the English language, either written or spoken.

Write down a sentence using "be advised" and then write the same phrase without "be advised." Does the meaning of the statement change at all?

"Airport Command to Engine-7:" "Be advised that the emergency aircraft is next to land."

"Airport Command to Engine-7:" "Engine-7, the emergency aircraft is the next to land."