A: Do you two have any plans for the evening?
B: We were thinking of checking out a restaurant in the neighborhood. Do you have any suggestions?
A: I know this really nice Italian place. The food is fantastic and the decor is beautiful. I'd recommend giving it a try.
C: Actually, I'm not all that crazy about Italian food. I'm in the mood for something a bit lighter.
A: In that case, I know a great little bistro. They make a really tasty seafood platter. The fish is outstanding.
B: It sounds fantastic, but I'm allergic to seafood, so...
A: Okay, well, let me think. Oh, I know this great little place. It's just a hole in the wall, but they do the most amazing sandwiches. You gotta give them a try.
C: Ella, you took me there last time I visited and I got food poisoning, remember?
A: Have you been to the new shopping mall?
B: Yeah, I checked it out yesterday. The food there was great.
Hey, check out my new car.
I'm going to check out the new shopping mall this weekend.
Can I make a suggestion?
Do you have any suggestions?
recommend sb sth=recommend sth to sb
recommend doing sth
Can you recommend me a good dentist?=Can you recommend a good dentist to me?
I recommend buying this dictionary.
I'm crazy about climbing.
I've been crazy about him since the first time I saw him.
in the mood for...
I'm in the mood for a cup of coffee.
I'm in the mood for a movie tonight.
I'm just not in the mood for the party right now.
Are you allergic to penicillin?