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How do you use suggest correctly?

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  • I said you should buy a new house.
  • My parents told me to study harder to get higher marks.
  • She should learn French, that’s what we suggest.
  • We should not waste time studying something we don’t like.

The subjunctive form of the verbs does not change depending on the subject. Our teacher told us not to waste time studying something we don’t like.

Our teacher tells us that we shouldn’t waste time studying something we don’t like. In the last two examples, I used the possessive pronoun to indicate the subject of the purchase.

Our teacher told us not to waste time studying something we don’t like. When we speak directly to someone, there is no need to say who you are talking to.

How do you use suggest in a sentence?

  • I would suggest that you call him.
  • He suggested that they go for a walk together.
  • There is an idea for a lesson.

Take some time to read this part of the lesson carefully, as this is the most difficult use of suggest for English learners to understand. A clause is any part of a sentence that has a subject. The clause in the next part of the sentence needs a subject and a verbs.

You should memorize sentences instead of the rules. Her brother wants her to study harder in order to get into a good university. Her brother thinks she should study harder to get into a good university. The subjunctive form of the word doesn’t change, savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay is a savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay is a savesay savesay savesay savesay is a savesay savesay savesay savesay is a savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay is a savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay is a savesay savesay savesay savesay savesay Don’t change the verbs after subjects he, she or it.

She should be the Queen of Frozen for Halloween. Even if you don’t say or write that in the sentence, it’s still a that-clause. Her brother wants her to study harder to get into a good university. The that-clause should be negative by adding not in front of the verbs.

The teacher told us not to play video games after school. Adding -ing to a word is how a gerund is created. Her brother wants her to study harder in order to get into a good university.

She should wait a few years before she gets married.

How do you recommend and suggest correctly?

It is more personal and less formal. You use it to suggest something based on your experience. Suggest is the less formal of the three verbs and is used when talking about ideas.

Is suggest followed by to?

Suggest cannot be followed by the usual pattern of object + infinitive but must be followed by a that-clause with should or past, present or subjunctive form verbs.

Which preposition is used with suggest?

If we have to put an indirect object after suggesting it. I need a good dentist. Can you suggest a good dentist?

Deborah W. Nason Writer. Twitter ninja. Wannabe organizer. Avid troublemaker. Bacon geek. Tv evangelist.

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