Many learners of English make the following mistakes:
*I recommend you to visit the museum*
*I recommend you to try the chicken soup*
In natural English, we do not use the structure *recommend somebody to do something*.
Instead, we say:
recommend (that) somebody do (= the subjuctive) something
Study the examples below:
I recommend you come a bit earlier next time.
I recommend you try the apple pie.
I don’t recommend you buy that computer.
I recommend they call me later.
We can use the same structure with the verb suggest:
I suggest you come a bit earlier next time.
I suggest you try the apple pie.
I don’t suggest you buy that computer.
I suggest they call me later.
However, with the verb advise, we use the structure:
advise somebody to do something
I advised him to come a little earlier.
I didn’t advise him to buy that computer.