Unlike many verbs, suggest and recommend are not followed by an object plus the infinitive. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how we can use suggest and recommend in daily conversation.
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:
- If you like pizza, I suggest Lombardi’s on Spring Street.
- The man in the bookstore suggested this text book.
- Many doctors recommend Advil for headaches.
- Can you recommend a nice French restaurant?
- If you like pizza, I suggest eating at Lombardi’s on Spring Street.
- The personal trainer suggested using the treadmill for cardio training.
- Many doctors recommend taking Advil for headaches.
- Jack’s wife recommended drinking tea.
- The doctor suggested that Jack stop drinking coffee.
- The man in the bookstore suggested that I buy this text book.
- Her doctor recommend that she take Advil for headaches.
- The teacher recommended that we study this list of vocabulary for the exam.
- She suggested that I go to that store.
- I suggested that she go to that store.
- Jack recommended that he go to that store.
- The sofa? The decorator recommended that it go in front of the window.
- The doctor suggested Jack stop drinking coffee.
- The teacher recommended we study this list of vocabulary for the exam.
- Jack recommended he go to that store.
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