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    Is it grammatically correct to say "If you ask for my suggestions, I would suggest"

    Is it grammatically correct to say "If you ask for my suggestions, I would suggest for you take a good rest"

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    Re: Is it grammatically correct to say "If you ask for my suggestions, I would sugges

    Use "that" instead of "for".

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    Re: Is it grammatically correct to say "If you ask for my suggestions, I would sugges

    The second "for".

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