Causative Form 2

How to Use Causative Verbs LET = Permit Something To Happen LET + PERSON/THING + VERB (base form) 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. Oops! I wasn’t paying attention while cooking, and I let the food burn.
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Causative Form 1

The Causative Form   subject + have / get + object + past participle   is used to suggest that we are asking, paying or instructing someone to do something for us. I will have my car repaired.  (not I myself but the mechanic will do the work) I cut my hair yesterday. It was a disaster! → I had my hair cut yesterday. Do you like it? I finally had my leaking roof repaired last week. They Read More…

If your teacher cares more than you about your learning, there’s a big problem

“If your teacher cares more than you about your learning, there’s a big problem.” @Ask_teacherwill, who sent the message to Canguro English last week, is 100% right. Too many students push the responsibility of learning onto other people, teachers, companies, systems, methods, and exams. Nobody can learn for you, and unless you TAKE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY for your success, you will justRead More…