I hear a lot of my students make the mistake of saying “I recommend you to take.” For example, it’s raining today so we should take an umbrella when we go out, right? But DON’T say “I recommend you to take an umbrella” or “I suggest you to take an umbrella.” That’s just not correct in English. Learn how to use the verbs recommend and suggest correctly in today's lesson.
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