Making Suggestions

Making Suggestions

Here are some phrases and expressions for making suggestions in English.
See also: Free-English-Study: Making Suggestions
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I think you should . . .

I don’t think you should . . .

Why don’t you . . .

Why don’t we . . . (do something together)

Let’s . . .

1. I think you should buy the blue one.

2. I don’t think you should sell your car.

3. Let’s go bowling tonight.

4. Why don’t we go skiing on Saturday?

5. Why don’t you come with me to China?

That’s a good idea.

Thanks for the advice, but I really need the money.

Sorry, I can’t. I’m meeting a friend for dinner.

Sounds like a good idea. Where do you want to go?

Thanks, but I’ve already been there.

For Conversation practice :

Situations : Making Suggestions

Textbook : Touchy Situations, Chapter 2, New Interchange 1, Chapter 4, English Knowhow, Book 1, Chapter 11