1. marianavc_2000 Senior Member

    Spanish, Mexico
    I had never heard this expression, maybe it's wrong ant it was suppoussed to be "strong", but if not, please help me, the sentence is:

    Hiding his diagnosis, he alienates his family and his young boyfriend, but during a short stay with his grandmother, his vulnerability is met with a big heart and sound advice.

  2. chorobisco Senior Member

    English - UK
    Hi mariana,

    It's not wrong. 'Sound advice' means good advice. The word 'sound' in this context means trustworthy or sensible.
  3. cubaMania Senior Member

    sensato, responsable

    EDIT: P.D. también sólido, creo
  4. marianavc_2000 Senior Member

    Spanish, Mexico
    Everyday we learn something new, thank you very much!

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