1. Copy one sheet for each individual student.
2. Put the students into pairs, and hand out the worksheets one between two (give out the remaining sheets after the activity to ensure better pair work).
3. Focus students' attention on the the two essential characteristics of advice. These should be impartial and constructive.
4. Next, get students to discuss who they would turn to for the matters concerned in part B. After a suitable amount of time, get responses from the group.
5. Bearing in mind the two essential characteristics of advice, students should give advice to their partner for the issues in part C.
6. Make sure now every student has a copy of the sheet, and elicit responses from some of the students and draw to their attention any appropriate vocabulary or serious language mistakes.