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Hi

He suggested going out. I think it's also fine to say: He suggested to go out. Am I right?

There are some verbs which should be followed with "ing" (love, like, enjoy, prefer, dislike, hate)

Example: She loves listening to rock music. Is the rule that when I talk generally about something I always should use "ing" and when I'm trying to express a specific preference I should use "to"?
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NewguestHe suggested going out. I think it's also fine to say: He suggested to go out. Am I right?
Hi,
These constructions are fine:
He suggested going out.
He suggested (that) we go out.
He suggested (that) we should go out.

General rule: no infinitive after suggest Emotion: smile

Somebody else will take care of your second question (general/specific preference, gerund/infinitive). Emotion: smile
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Hi Tanit.

I think I've just found the answers to my questions in a grammar book. thanks!