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    The doctor advised

    The doctor advised me to exercise regularly.Passive-I was advised by the doctor to exercise regularly.Is the passive correct?

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    Re: The doctor advised

    Yes,

    Leave a space after a full stop (period)

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    Re: The doctor advised

    It is, but by my doctor might sound more natural in many contexts, unless the doctor giving the advice was not your regular doctor.

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