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  • They suggested a walk in the park.
  • They suggested that we walk in the park.
  • They suggested walking in the park.
  • They suggested to walk in the park.

As I see it. All of them are correct and I can't see any difference between them.

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    The last is wrong. You can't "suggest" to do something. "They wanted to walk in the park" is OK.
    – Mick
    Dec 13, 2016 at 6:25

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The last is wrong. You can't "suggest" to do something. "They wanted to walk in the park" is OK. – Mick

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