Just English would be nice, you know, in sentences that have meaning.
It might help if you start with basic English, then you can move on from there.
Well at least i gave an advice.
Ignoring the fact you used lower case for your first person pronoun, you don't give an advice
, you give advice
, or some advice
, but you didn't actually give advice, you gave an opinion.
No problems here, even you can't cock up a simple two word question.
Do you prefer BASIC English?
As expressed previously, basic English would be preferable to your execrable sentence construction.
I'll have it revise.
Where to begin? For a start you wouldn't have it "revise," you would have it revised.
What are you supposed to be revising? Your last post? If so you should have said I'll have it rewritten,
but you've not done that. Maybe you were commenting on your need to revise the basic English you were taught, (really?) at school. That would be a good idea. Now toddle off and learn how to construct a basic sentence, there's a good chap.