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    are you suggesting

    Are you suggesting (that) I'm lazy?
    This sentence comes from OXFORD 6th edition. I know that 'by saying that' is understood. My question is whether we could also say 'Do you suggest I'm lazy'.
    Could I ask native English teachers to help me please? Thank you in advance.

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    Re: are you suggesting

    Hi joham

    Ex: Are you suggesting (that) I'm lazy?
    Ex: Do you suggest (that) I'm lazy?


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