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How to make a suggestion

Making a suggestion is telling other people what we think they should do in the present circumstances. It is expressing our idea from which other person can get benefit.

# Using ‘should’ :

You are tired. You should take some rest.

You should watch that movie. It’s excellent!


# Using ‘need to

You are tired. You need to take some rest.   

You need to watch that movie. It’s excellent!


# Using ‘could

We could go to Shimla for the next holiday.

You could take a bus or an auto to reach that place.


 # Using ‘Why don’t

 If you hate your bike, why don’t you sell it?

Why doesn’t he save more money?


# Using ‘How about

How about watching that movie next week?

How about meeting her at the office?


# Using ‘suggest/recommend

I suggest going to that movie next week.

I recommend trying that Chinese restaurant.


# Using ‘Let’s

Let’s watch that movie next week.

Let’s try that Chinese restaurant.


# Using ‘shall

Shall we watch that movie next week?

Shall we take a taxi to the Charminar?


# Using ‘would

Would you like to watch that movie next week?

Would you like to go walking today?


# Using ‘I think

I think you should hire a plumber.

I think you should save more money.



Study the following situations and make apt suggestions

1. Your friend has not been feeling well for the last two days. Suggest him seeing a doctor.  

2. Your uncle wants to buy a smartphone. Recommend a nice brand to him. 

3. Yamini has a problem with her bathroom taps. Tell her to call a plumber. 

4. You watched the movie 'Konda Polam'. You liked it very much. Recommend the movie to your friend   





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