M Elmaghraby posted:

She suggested that he ....fishing tomorrow and he liked the idea.
( would go - go - went - will go)

Hello, M Elmaghraby, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange!

The answer is "go," which is the present subjunctive here,  NOT the present simple. We use the present subjunctive in subordinate clauses following so-called "suasive" verbs, of which the verb "suggest" is one. An alternative is to use "should + [base form]"; however, the test-makers have not listed it as a choice:

  • She suggested that he go fishing tomorrow and he liked the idea.
  • She suggested that he should go fishing tomorrow and he liked the idea.

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