I have these sentences:
The doctor recommended she have surgery.
The doctor recommended her to have surgery.
The doctor recommended having surgery.
Are they right?
if I use 'suggested' in place of 'recommended', the second 'll be wrong, won't it?
Please help me.
Thanks a lot.
The doctor recommended she had/has surgery. (I wouldn't use the present subjunctive here, but as a British speaker, I never use it)
The others are fine.