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    Check Grammaticality

    Is it grammatically correct to use "some" with "advice"?
    e.g: The doctor has sometimes given me some useful advice.

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    Re: Check Grammaticality

    Absolutely, yes.

    Let me give you some advice. I got some bad advice.

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