I see nothing wrong with any of the three words in the original.
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The following exercise, which has been attracting my attention as well as my colleagues' for a few days, remains unsolved. I can not convince my colleagues of my answer being correct. Neither do they.
Could you give some ________ (suggestions/advice/information) about the article? (Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word(s))
1. My answer is information. Am I correct?
2. If "suggestions" or "advice" could be taken into consideration, I'd like to modify this sentence as "Could you give some suggestions/advice regarding to/to/for the article?". Does my modification function both grammatically and logically? Or are there any better one(s)?
I will be waiting here for you explanation(s).
Thank you so much again.
I think that the problem is that it isn't a very good question, so there's plenty of room for debate about the answers.