Do you know the differences in the usage of 4 causative verbs LET, MAKE, HAVE and GET in English grammar?. Let’s check the lesson below.
LET – MAKE – HAVE – GET
LET + object + verb
Meaning: Allow/give permission for an action
Example: The open window let the air escape.
MAKE + object + verb
Meaning: Force someone to do something
Example: They made students obey the school rules.
HAVE + object + verb
Meaning: Give someone responsibility to do something
Example: Next week I will have the mechanic examine my father’s car.
GET + person + to + verb
Meaning: Convince someone to do something
Example: Mark is so much in love with me, I can get him to do anything I want.