Thank one of this forum members for having answered my previous questions.
I want to reply directly to your explanation but for some reasons - I don't know what they exactly are- I can't log in now.
I would like teachers and members to compare similar words below.
The company consultant suggested conducting a media orientation on the project.
The company consultant proposed conducting a media orientation on the project.
Is there any difference between two sentences above?
Thank you for reading my questions and
please kindly answer them.
Have a nice day! :wink:
No, same meaning.
One could argue that 'to suggest' is more of a piece of advice, whereas 'to propose' means the speaker is ready for action if his proposal is accepted. This is a slight nuance though, and is probably not worth discussing about.
We can have a discussion about something. We can also talk about or talk over something, but we do not discuss about something.
Originally Posted by Francois
Thank all of you for kindly answering my question!! :D
I'm the one who asked this question.
I can log in now. ^^ :P
My real username is not sunnysky but moonwalker.
I hope to see you again.
By Anonymous in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 27-Sep-2007, 02:22
By hopechest in forum General Language Discussions
Last Post: 31-Jan-2007, 08:36
By Joe in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 12-Sep-2004, 08:23
By xanana in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 11-Jan-2004, 15:05
By Piak in forum General Language Discussions
Last Post: 08-Jun-2003, 00:10
Search Engine Optimization by vBSEO