I've been recently studying the verb patterns with which we use the infinitive and the -ing form (e.g. I suggest meeting tomorrow at my house, NOT: I suggest to meet tomorrow at my house).
But later, I came across this situation: I hope you to have a great time on Saturday. I hope you have a great time on Saturday.
I put these two sentences on Grammarly, and it told me that the "to" in the first one shouldn't be there. It's quirky for me since, in my textbook (which teaches British English), "hope" is among the verbs that must go with an infinitive.
Just in case you need to know, my Grammarly account is set to revise British English.
Thank you very much.