This article is a description of both the linguistic shape and the sequential construction of the advice. It is shown that advice is shaped differently in calls that deal with more severe poisoning incidents as compared to less severe ones. In the former cases; the advice is shaped in a way that offers the caller less freedom regarding whether to comply with the advice or not; compared to less severe cases. As for the sequential construction of advice; it is shown that advice giving is a joint construction. Advice sequences are generally repeated in the calls.
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