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Make, Have, Let, Help and GetUnit 10
Introduction Certain verbs show that someone is causing another person or animal to do something. These common verbs are make ,have , let, get and help.
Make made me go to bed early.To order, force, or give a person no choice (the subject has power to cause the action) When I was a child, my parents made me go to bed early.
Have work overtime. to request, ask or pay someone to do somethingMr. Wilson had his employees work overtime.
Let to permit or allow Molly doesn’t let her dog sleep on her bed.
Get To persuade or convince Jane got Peter to lend her some money.
Help to assist, aid Tony helped Jane move. Tony helped Jane to move.
let, make, have let subject make object + base form have letsMr. Allen makes us use the computer. has
get subject + get + object + infinitiveRosie got her husband to eat vegetables.
help infinitive subject + help + object base form to looseDr. White has helped me weight. loose
Reported Speech Quoted speech Reported Speech He said, “I work hard.” He said (that) he worked hard. He said, ”I am working hard.” He said (that) he was.
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UNIT 10 Make, Have, Let, Help, and Get Teaching and Learning.
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Farmer Duck Farmer Duck is the story of a big fat farmer who made his duck do all the work. He slept in bed, ate all day while the poor duck did the work.
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Make, Have, Let, Help, and Get
INFINITIVES 1. AS A SUBJECT: To lend money is a risky business. OR It is a risky business to lend money.
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The Passive Voice We use the passive: When the person or people who do the action are unknown, unimportant or obvious from the context. When the action.
Question Forms and Reported Speech. Normal word order is used in reported questions, that is, the subject comes before the verb, and it is not necessary.
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Is something bothering you……?. Do you hate to study...? They dont.
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