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Can I make a suggestion? Why don't you...? Have you tried...? Maybe we could...? How about...? I have an idea!
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More on making suggestions. [BBC Learning English]
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Someone is leaving to go and work somewhere else. So her colleagues are planning a party for her. We'll hear people making suggestions about what the party could involve.
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|Question opener||+subject||+infinitive without 'to'|
|Question opener||+infinitive without 'to'|
|I, you, he, she, we||should|
|Note:Perhaps and maybe can both be used before 'could' and 'should' if you want to sound more polite.
Perhaps we could phone them.
Maybe we should have a big party.