LET / MAKE / HAVE / GET – Causative verbs

27 Mar

Do you want to give someone permission to do something? Or perhaps you want to force someone to do something? Then you will need these verbs. We call them “causative verbs”, because they cause someone to do something:

causative verbs - LET MAKE HAVE GET

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