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    Before (doing something) it would be advisable/recommended to (doing something)

    Anyone could tell me which would be the correct or more natural combination: advisable or recommended. (Perhaps the two of them are right, but with different although very similar meaning).

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    Re: Before (doing something) it would be advisable/recommended to (doing something)

    Do I think it is better to use "advisable" rather than "recommended" (or the other way around)? That depends on what you want to say.


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