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I saw a sentence which surprised me a bit. Could you help me please?
I'd advise taking a taxi.
Don't we use 'to + infinitive' after the verb advise?
Shouldn't it look like this?
I'd advise to take a taxi.
I'd advise you to take a taxi.
You can also advise against doing something..she advised me against wearing make up, but I didnīt think it really mattered.
English people would generally use I`d advise you to do something.
English is not a set of grammar rules.
So you advise using this form...
Thanks for your replies again