Hello, this sentence "
"why we use i want your suggestion suggestion instead of suggest?
"suggest" is a verb, "suggestion" is a noun. The pronoun "your" takes a noun, not a verb. Moreover, every simple sentence must have
only one finite verb. In our example sentence, "want" is that verb.
Besides pronoun "your" takes a noun, any others?
Every word has a form (what it looks like) and a function (what it does). The word "your" is a possessive pronoun in form and an adjective in function. Other possessive pronouns follow the same pattern:
I have another question, When do you know you should use noun or verb in a sentence?
for an example:
Abstract Noun = Responsibility, Improvement
Verb = Responsible , Improve(s)
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English has SVO word order: subject + verb + object. The subject is first, the verb is next. Subjects are always nominal (nouns).
EX: The responsibility is his. <subject>
EX: I am responsible. <verb> Note, 'responsible' is an adjective.
EX: The improvements you made to your house are wonderful. <subject>
EX: Wine improves with time. <verb>