Unless you've been asked for suggestions. Then you provide or give your suggestions. Also, suggestions carry less authority than suggestions. For example, a teacher might ask his students for suggestions on how to improve his course, but he probably wouldn't ask for advice. The students would then give, or provide, suggestions.
Also, and tell me if that makes any sense to you, from the "giver" perspective, an advice is something you believe would be the best suggestion with the situation that's being dealt. A suggestion is just one of a few ideas the "giver" comes up with, however the advice would be the thing they would've done had they been in your shoes.
@jonesnoaht thanks a lot! It does help me! And yep, Chinese can also be this kind of nuanced. Sometimes two words have the same meaning while you can't replace one with another in some specific situations. But that's the way language goes right?^^
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