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    #1

    Suggest

    I know that suggest+noun is OK.

    1) I suggested a good movie to him.

    But what about these ones?

    2) I suggested him a good movie to watch to.
    3) I suggested him to watch a good movie.

    Are they absolutely wrong and unacceptable or they can be heard in colloquial speech?

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    #2

    Re: Suggest

    Quote Originally Posted by Kotfor View Post

    Are they absolutely wrong and unacceptable Yes or can they be heard in colloquial speech? No.
    Rover

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