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Dean Sir recommended to invite the above-distinguished dignitaries.

Or

Dean sir recommend inviting the above-distinguished dignitaries.

I am getting confused. Most people use the first sentence. However, spell and grammar check tools suggest the opposite. Would you be kind enough to clear my doubt?

Note: Is it inviting or to invite?

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  • Neither one is a sentence. Please post the complete sentence. And ideally some of the context around it. – RegDwigнt Feb 14 at 11:39

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