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recommended/required/necessary for you to do recommended/required/necessary that you.
Does the structure "recommended/required/necessary for you to do something" mean the same as "recommended/required/necessary that you (should) do something", as in examples below?
It is required for Steven to be on the team. v e r s u s It is required that Steven (should) be on the team.
It is recommended for you to use this powder. v e r s u s It is recommended that you (should) use this powder.
It is necessary for the homework to be done. v e r s u s It is necessary that the homework (should) be done.
What do you think of my invented examples and do you find them acceptable?
Re: recommended/required/necessary for you to do recommended/required/necessary that
I wonder why you don't use simpler (and shorter) constructions.
Stephen has to be on the team.
I recommend that you use this powder.
The homework must be done.
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