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    verb 'suggest'

    Are all the three sentences correct or only the first one?

    1. I suggested that he (should) do it.
    2. I suggested that he ought to do it.
    3. I suggested that he could do it.

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    Re: verb 'suggest'

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Are all the three sentences correct or only the first one?

    1. I suggested that he (should) do it.
    2. I suggested that he ought to do it.
    3. I suggested that he could do it.
    All are correct.

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