require/suggest + that-clause Verbs such as require and suggest are often followed by a that-clause in which the verb is in its subjunctive mood. (verb root form) require suggest propose ask order insist command advise
Pearl Mel Put on some lipstick, Pearl. Mel suggested that Pearl put on some lipstick.
Lily Jean Jean, don’t eat too much. Lily insists that Jeannot eat too much.
David told his wife… Why don’t we go to the movies? David proposed that theygo to the movies.
Stella and her daughter Go to bed now. Stella asks that her daughtergo to bed now.
Melody, don’t bite your toe. Mom: Mom commanded that Melody not bite her toe.
Melody You should try my finger. Melody suggests that everyone try her finger too.
Jessica asked her mother… Give me something to drink. Jessica asked that her mother give her something to drink.
The dog required that Jessica leave him alone. Jessica Leave me alone.
Jessica insists that everyone take exercise like her every day. Jessica Everyone should take exercise like me every day.
Practice four hours a day if you want to be a professional pianist. The teacher told Jessica… The teacher suggests that Jessica practice four hours a day if she wants to be a professional pianist.
Don’t let the trouble maker out for a while so that we can have some quality time. Father told Mother… Father ordered that Mother not let the trouble maker out for a while so that they could have some quality time.
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