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  1. #1
    Anonymous Guest

    similar words

    Hi. :D
    Thank one of this forum members for having answered my previous questions.
    I want to reply directly to your explanation but for some reasons - I don't know what they exactly are- I can't log in now.


    I would like teachers and members to compare similar words below.

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    The company consultant suggested conducting a media orientation on the project.

    The company consultant proposed conducting a media orientation on the project.
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    Is there any difference between two sentences above?


    Thank you for reading my questions and

    please kindly answer them.

    Have a nice day! :wink:

  2. #2
    No, same meaning.
    One could argue that 'to suggest' is more of a piece of advice, whereas 'to propose' means the speaker is ready for action if his proposal is accepted. This is a slight nuance though, and is probably not worth discussing about.

    FRC

  3. #3
    Susie Smith Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    No, same meaning.
    One could argue that 'to suggest' is more of a piece of advice, whereas 'to propose' means the speaker is ready for action if his proposal is accepted. This is a slight nuance though, and is probably not worth discussing about.

    FRC
    We can have a discussion about something. We can also talk about or talk over something, but we do not discuss about something.

    :wink:

  4. #4
    Right.

    FRC

  5. #5
    moonwalker Guest
    Thank all of you for kindly answering my question!! :D

    I'm the one who asked this question.

    I can log in now. ^^ :P

    My real username is not sunnysky but moonwalker.

    I hope to see you again.

    Bye, bye.

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