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💁‍♂️In English grammar, a causative verb is a verb used to indicate that some person or thing makes (or helps to make) something happen.

The verbs Get, Let, Make, and Have are examples of causative verbs.

Examples with Let:


I don’t let my kids watch violent movies.
Mary’s father won’t let her adopt a puppy because he’s allergic to dogs.
Our boss doesn’t let us eat lunch at our desks; we have to eat in the cafeteria.

Examples with Make:

After Billy broke the neighbor’s window, his parents made him pay for it.
My ex-boyfriend loved sci-fi and made me watch every episode of his favorite show.
The teacher made all the students rewrite their papers, because the first drafts were not acceptable.

Examples with Have: _

I'll have my assistant call you to reschedule the appointment.
The businessman had his secretary make copies of the report.


Examples with Get:

How can we get all the employees to arrive on time?
My husband hates housework; I can never get him to wash the dishes!
I was nervous about eating sushi, but my brother got me to try it at a Japanese restaurant.(got is past tense of get)




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🗣Native speakers frequently use pretty informally as an adverb to indicate quite an amount of something but not extreme,. Synonyms : enough, rather, fairly
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