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    #1

    Suggest (to)

    Hi there!

    Would the omission of 'to' after 'suggest' make any difference in the meaning?

    He suggested to the students to study harder.
    He suggested students to study harder.

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    Tito

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    Re: Suggest (to)

    Yes. Try:

    He suggested to the students that they study harder.

    (It was only a suggestion?)


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