Solicitor

Er.S.M.M.Hanifa

Banned
Tamil
In one web-site, they briefed Indian Mistakes in English.
Under 'Hotel bedroom, India' there is a sign board as below:
'Please do not bring solicitors or other similar women into your room.'
I have given here correction as below:
"Please do not bring soliciting women or other similar nature into your room."
If it is not right, please suggest your own.
Thanks.
Er.S.M.M.Hanifa
 
  • Lagrangepoint

    Senior Member
    English (UK)
    "Prostitutes and escorts not allowed [in rooms]", would be my suggestion.
    If you want to stick to the structure of the first sentence, I would suggest replacing 'solicitors' with 'prostitutes'.
    I am making a herculanean effort trying to keep a straight face while writing this.
    Thanks for the chuckle Hanifaji.
     

    shawnee

    Senior Member
    English - Australian
    How about;
    "Gentlemen are requested not to bring women of ill repute ('sex workers' is more modern) to their rooms."
    Do by all means share the URL. for such expressions.
     
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