She suggests ....
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She suggests me working quickly. Is it correct to say this situation this way grammatically and meaningly.
Re: She suggests ....
suggest takes a 'that' clause, like this,
Originally Posted by I like English
She suggests that I work quickly.
She suggests that we work quickly.
'that' can be omitted, like this,
She suggests I work quickly.
She suggests we work quickly.
Notice the subject of the 'that' clause is I, we.
Here's a near synonym for the verb suggest: want. That verb takes me, like this,
She wants me to work quickly.
She wants us to work quickly.
Notice the object of the verb want is me, us.
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