I have a question about a usage of the word "advise".
I think that if we use verb “advise” we should always use the objective case (you, him, her, it, us, them). We can use infinitive form with “to” (e.g. to do) or gerund form (doing).
I advise (you) to eat the apple.
I advise (you) eating the apple.
I advise (her) not to eat the apple.
I advise (her) not eating the apple.
or maybe it shoul be:
I advise your eating.
I advise his eating.
I know that if we use suggest and recommend we should use possesive e.g. "I recommend his doing something". "I suggest your doing something" etc. What about "advise" + verb+ing? Should I use possesive or objective case? Or maybe it's not possible to use advise with verb+ing at all?
Thank you in advance for any help!
It means that I can say:
"I recommend his doing something"
but I can't say:
"I advise his doing something"
"I advise him doing something"
I can only say:
"I advise him to do something"
Am I right?