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    suggested to add, suggest adding

    hello,

    What's difference between "suggested adding" and "suggested to add"?

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    Re: suggested to add, suggest adding

    Quote Originally Posted by idiotmike View Post
    hello,

    What's difference between "suggested adding" and "suggested to add"?
    "Suggested" is followed by the form with "-ing" not by the infinitive. "Suggested to add" is wrong.
    "Suggested going" not "to go"
    "Suggested buying" not "to buy"
    Etc.

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