For example when I'm doing something my friend may give me some advice how I can do it better. Then can I say "Thank you. I'll try your advice next time."? Or I can say "I'll follow your advice next time."?

  • The second: "follow your advice". You can also say "try out your idea". Jun 30, 2021 at 9:10

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"Try advice" doesn't sound quite correct. You 'follow', or 'take' advice, although doing so might involve 'trying' things suggested within it.

  • I'll try your suggestion
  • I'll follow your advice
  • I'll try the things you suggested
  • I'll try the things as you advised

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