Which one is correct?
I recommend him, have his teeth looked at by a dentist. I recommend him, has his teeth looked at by a dentist.
First of all, something that confused me is that it appears that
subjunctive verb grammar and
causative have are intermingled here!
If this is a subjunctive. As a subjunctive verb, I know we should use the base form of the verb. I doubt about the verb
have. because we almost always have different rules about it. I also want to know if the negative sentence would be:
I recommend him, never have his teeth looked at by a dentist.
Thanks in advance