How do you use suggest in a sentence?
Suggest means mention or recommend something to think about, or something someone should do. You suggest a thought or an idea….You suggest a thought or an idea.
- “I suggest that you call him.”
- “He suggested going for a walk together.”
- Suggest an idea for a grammar lesson!
How do you use suggest that?
Suggest + that-clause When we suggest an action to someone, we can use a that-clause. In informal situations, that is often left out: I suggest (that) you leave here around four o’clock. The traffic gets very bad from about 4.30 onwards.
What does it mean to suggest someone?
1a : to mention or imply as a possibility suggested that he might bring his family. b : to propose as desirable or fitting suggest a stroll.
Is it suggest me or suggest to me?
When suggest is followed by a pronoun, a preposition is not used. No ‘to’ between suggest and me. Suggest is one of those verbs that cannot be followed by object + infinitive.
How can I suggest in English?
How to Make a Suggestion in English
- The most common way to make a suggestion is to use the modal “should”.
- Another common way to give a suggestion or recommendation is to use the word “could”.
- Look at the difference between “should” and “could”.
What is difference between suggestion and advice?
Key Difference: The two words, advice and suggestion are co-related to each other, but an advice acts as a noun which means an opinion recommended or offered, while suggestion also acts as a noun which means an idea or a fact that is put ahead for analysis or consideration.
How do you suggest?
Has suggested or had suggested?
No. It’s none of that. “has suggested” implies that the suggestion has relevance for the current situation. Just “suggested” implies that the suggestion has no relevance for the current situation and is just past history.
How do you politely suggest something?
Here are some expressions you can use:
- • You might want to think about…
- • You might want to consider…
- • Perhaps you/we could…
- • Maybe you/we could…
- • It may be a good idea to…
- • It might be a good idea to…
Has suggested meaning?
verb. If you suggest something, you put forward a plan or idea for someone to think about. He suggested a link between class size and test results of seven-year-olds. [ VERB noun] I suggest you ask him some specific questions about his past. [
Can you suggest me meaning in English?
verb. If you suggest the name of a person or place, you recommend them to someone. Could you suggest someone to advise me how to do this? [ VERB noun] They can suggest where to buy one. [
Do you have any suggestions or suggestion?
The phrase “any suggestions” indicates that there are more than one suggestion, while the phrase “any suggestion” might imply that there is only one suggestion.
What does the word suggest mean in English?
Suggest means mention or recommend something to think about, or something someone should do. You suggest a thought or an idea.
Is the phrase’suggest someone to do something’a noun or verb?
suggest that somebody do something: the complement is a subjunctive that -clause. suggest doing something: the complement is a gerund-participial clause. It’s not a noun phrase: the gerund-participle is a verb, not a noun, as you can tell by the fact that it can take an object (‘suggest wearing a jumper’)
What’s the difference between ” suggest ” and ” seem “?
The reason why I’m asking is that the example from The Guardian seems to be different. It’s a different use of “suggest”, it would mean “appears”, “seem”, etc. The object of suggest is the idea or proposal. Optionally, you can indicate the recipient of the idea with to.
Is it ungrammatical to say ” suggest to do something “?
• I suggest wearing (NOT suggest to wear) something warm. • She suggested a walk before dinner. I don’t understand why it is ungrammatical to say “suggest to do something”. I would regard the infinitive “to do something” as a object (noun phrase), similar to the “wearing ” (gerund used as a noun) or “a walk” (noun).