What is research recommendation?

What is research recommendation?

Recommendations are based on the results of your research and indicate the specific measures or directions that can be taken. For example, a clinical study might have implications for cancer research and might recommend against the use of a particular hazardous substance.

How do you say you recommend something?

Four phrases for you: “I recommend taking”, “I recommend or suggest that you take”, and “You should/You shouldn’t.” You should and you shouldn’t are very direct phrases. They are almost a little bit commanding like you are saying, I know what’s best for the other person.

Can you recommend me or to me?

“recommend me” is incorrect, you need the indirect pronoun “to me”.

Will recommend or would recommend?

So “I would recommend” gets used when I’m not sure if the person wants a recommendation. For me, the “would” form indicates a (missing) condition or qualification on your recommendation: I would recommend that you do X, but I can’t because of Y. The form without “would” is unconditional.

How do you recommend in a question?

These words all mean to tell somebody what you think they should do in a particular situation. recommend to tell somebody what you think they should do in a particular situation; to say what you think the price or level of something should be: We’d recommend you to book your flight early.

How do you say someone recommend you to contact you through email?

The tone of your response varies depending on why you’re contacting him. For instance if it was regarding a job it would be formal: Dear , My name is your name>, your friend’s name> passed on your email to me as I’m extremely interested in the .

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