a strong recommendation <in> not to do something

Tenacious Learner

Senior Member
Spanish
Hello teachers,
While writing this definition I thought, should I use 'in' before 'NOT'? If so, should it be like this: 'a strong recommendation in NOT doing something', then?

Definition:
We use "had better not" in negative sentences to express a strong recommendation NOT to do something in the present or future with a warning about possible negative results or bad consequences if that recommendation is not followed.

Thanks in advance.
 
  • Loob

    Senior Member
    English UK
    Hi TL

    - a strong recommendation NOT to do something:tick:
    - a strong recommendation in NOT to do something:cross:
    - a strong recommendation NOT doing something:cross:
    - a strong recommendation in NOT doing something:cross:

    :)
     
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