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    Recommend

    Hi,
    Which structure is correct?
    recommend someone to do something
    recommend something to someone


    Thanks in advance,

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    Re: Recommend

    According to Longman dictionary I shouldn't say ‘recommend (someone) to do something’, but I've come across this structure a few times.
    Last edited by samira.m; 09-Aug-2012 at 07:10.

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    Re: Recommend

    Quote Originally Posted by samira.m View Post
    According to Longman dictionary I shouldn't say ‘recommend (someone) to do something’, but I've come across this structure a few times.
    The OALD now gives an example of it.

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