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I'd like to express that I will advise my partners in different fields.

Can I say it like that:

Consultation with partners in the four partner countries for the selection of suitable areas.

Or is the word consultation not fitting in this case? Should I rather use "advise" ?

  • You need to explain in more detail exactly what kind of interaction you intend to have with your partners. Also I can't tell whether fields, countries, areas all refer to the same thing (geographical location), or are one or two of them metaphorical references to specialism, discipline, occupation, subject? – FumbleFingers May 23 '19 at 16:20
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Consultation with partners in the four partner countries for the selection of suitable areas.

In the above, the activity "consultation" is generally viewed as one's getting advice FROM and looking for agreement WITH the "partners".

But you wrote:

I'd like to express that I will advise my partners in different fields.

This sounds more like you want to GIVE the advice, rather than take it.

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