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    which is more correct....I suggest you go shopping or I suggest you to go shopping

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    Re: grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by pippin123;799294[STRIKE
    ]w[/STRIKE]Which is more correct...."I suggest you go shopping" or "I suggest you to go shopping" ?
    The first is correct, the second is not.

    Please note the spelling of 'grammar' - and try to give your thread a more helpful title. Most of the questions in this forum concern grammar. "I suggest you (to) go?" would have been good.

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