01. My teacher [suggested] I go to the pronunciation clinic to work on my accent.
02. We're trying to think of a new slogan for our business, so if anyone has any [suggestions], please let me know.
03. Actress Shirley MacLaine once remarked that the best way to get husbands to do something is to [suggest] that perhaps they are too old to do it.
04. Could you [suggest] a good restaurant? My parents are visiting from Ontario.
05. The doctor [suggested] Dorothy go for tests to find out what is causing her severe headaches.
06. The coach [suggested] the players try relaxing in the dark for five minutes before each game in order to be calm and ready to play.
07. The Apemen of Jupiter didn't find the people of earth very tasty, so the Monsters from Planet 9 [suggested] they try roasting them with garlic and herbs.
08. There is a Chinese proverb which observes that a vacant mind is open to all [suggestions], as a hollow building echoes all sounds.
09. The office has a [suggestion] box for employees to use, and anyone who comes up with a good idea which is adopted by the company will be rewarded.
10. If you are looking for a good restaurant with delicious food, and a lively atmosphere, I [suggest] you check out Pagliacci's on Broad Street.
11. Gustave LeBon believed that in crowds, individuals lose their critical faculties, rendering them [suggestible] and easily manipulated.
12. Early views on the origin of life included one that [suggested] sheep arose from a plant.
13. The [suggestion] that children are superior to adults in language learning because their brains are more flexible is a myth.
14. The study of magnetic properties in the rocks of North America [suggests] that the magnetic pole has migrated somewhat over the last several hundred million years.
15. In 1955, a black youth named Emmett Till was hunted down and murdered by a Mississippi gang after supposedly making [suggestive] remarks to a white woman.
16. Warning: This movie contains [suggestive] scenes that may not be suitable for young children.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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