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    Thumbs up help for 18th may

    Hi there,

    1. "Can you please suggest me" or "Can you please suggest to me". Which one is correct expression?

    2.Suggest me any website where I can improve my sentence structure skills.

    Anish Sharma.

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    Re: help for 18th may

    I see a lot of Indian English-learners write "reply me" (instead of simply "reply" or "reply to me").

    It's the same here. The best thing is simply to say "Can you please suggest... (a good restaurant, a Web site, etc.). Otherwise, "Can you please suggest to me..."


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