TRAVEL BROADENS THE MIND!
The traveller sees what he sees. The tourist sees what he has come to see.
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Here are some basic structures for advising, suggesting and recommending:-
|1) You should go to Rome in spring.|
|2) I don’t think you should take a heavy suitcase.|
|3) You ought to plan the route carefully.|
|4) You ought not to swim when there are jellyfish.|
|5) I would advise you to take travellers’ cheques.|
|6) I’d advise against buying souvenirs in the airport.|
|7) I suggest taking a magazine to read.|
|8) I’d suggest that you (should) ask a police officer for directions.|
|9) I always recommend leaving pets with grandparents.|
|10) I strongly recommend that you (should) visit the gardens.|
Here are some further forms:-
|1) Under no circumstances should you drink tap water in India.
= You should not drink tap water under any circumstances.
|2) You had better order your currency in plenty of time.|
|3) Whatever you do, check your passport is valid.|
|4) Why not ask a neighbour to empty your letterbox.|
|5) A Sat Nav (GPS) is a must-have if you can’t read maps.|
|6) Remember to check the weather forecast for your destination.|
|7) Don’t leave home without a good book.|
|8) Be sure to leave contact details with your family.|
|9) Come what may, don’t ever set foot in McDonald’s! = Whatever happens, don’t go into a McDonald’s.|
|10) Above all, what matters is respect for other cultures.|