The following are all ways of making a suggestion: saying that you think X would be a good idea:
suggest + that + pronoun + *clause
* a clause = a part of a sentence that has a subject and a verb.
- I suggest that you catch a bus: a taxi will be too expensive.
- My mum suggested that I should study to be a doctor but I want to be an actor.
suggest + ing
- He suggests visiting the castle this afternoon.
- I suggest catching the early train.
Why don't + pronoun + infinitive...?
- Why don't you help your brother with his homework?
- Why don't we buy a new computer, this one is so slow now?
Vocabulary *How about...?
- How about a swim this afternoon?
- How about going swimming this afternoon?
*Also: What about...?
no way -
definitely not, i.e.- Can I borrow your computer?- No way, you lost some of my files last time you borrowed it.
- ('A sneak' has other meanings but in this conversation means someone who tells a
person in authority, such as a teacher, that someone else has done something
wrong; the 'sneak' action is usually thought of as under-handed and unfair.)(to) suppose
has different meanings but in this conversation means to believe
something to be true, though the speaker might not 100% sure.)
- I suppose you're late because of the bad weather.
- That's a lovely jacket. I suppose it was very expensive.