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    "recommend" or "recommend to"

    What is the difference between "recommend" and "recommend to"?

    Can somebody supply some examples!

    Thank you in advance!

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    Re: "recommend" or "recommend to"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    What is the difference between "recommend" and "recommend to"?

    Can somebody supply some examples!

    Thank you in advance!
    "Restaurant T-bone makes the best steak in town. I highly recommend it."
    "I'd like to recommend a book to you, I think it will be of great help to you."

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    Re: "recommend" or "recommend to"

    'Recommend' is a transitive verb, meaning it is used together with an object eg. 'recommend something' or 'recommend somebody'. Thus, you don't say 'recommend to'. The same goes with words like 'introduce', 'suggest', 'propose', etc.

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