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Thank you very much for explaning everything to me!
Here are a few other things I'd like to know. Thank you.

1) He advised me to leave the next morning.
He advised that I leave ....
He recommend that I leave ...
2) She earns/makes a living by working as a waitress.
3) He confessed (to me?) he had broken the vase.
He complained to me about getting up so early.
4) He apologized (with somenone/to somene??) for breaking the vase.
He excused her for breaking the vase.

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    1) He advised me to leave the next morning.
    He advised that I leave ....
    He recommended that I leave ...

    2) She earns/makes a living by working as a waitress. OK

    3) He confessed to me he had broken the vase.
    He complained to me about getting up so early. Both OK

    4) He apologized to his mom for breaking the vase.
    He excused her for breaking the vase. OK

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