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    #1

    I am not sure if i am using the sentence recommendation correctly.

    1) The customer told the waitress to make some recommendation for him on what to order.
    2) I can make some recommendation for you.
    3) I can give you some recommendation on what to buy.
    4)

    * I am not sure if give or make is more appropriate.


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    Re: I am not sure if i am using the sentence recommendation correctly.

    Why not avoid this and simply go for the verb "recommend"?

    The customer asked the waitress to recommend something from the menu

    I can recommend something for you to buy.

    What would be your recommendation in this instance?

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