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Causative Verbs – Let, Make, Have, Get

Causative Verbs – Let, Make, Have, Get The verbs let, have, make, get are called causative verbs because they cause something to happen. Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Collocations with GET

Collocations with GET Get launch, get dinner, get tired, get to sleep, get a life, get home and etc… Follow the list for details;

Phrasal Verbs with GET

Phrasal Verbs with GET Get; acquire, earn, prepare, travel by, contact, receive, become, arrive, fetch, understand, annoy and etc…

Phrasal Verbs with GET

Phrasal Verbs with GET Get something across/over, get along/on, get around, get away, get back, get something back, get back at someone, get on something and etc…

Collocations with ‘Get’ and ‘Take’

Collocations with ‘Get’ and ‘Take’ Get lost, Get fired, Get a job, Get a life, Get home, Get ready, Get started, Get married, Get divorced, Get permission, Get the picture, Get a promotion. Take part in something, Take time, Take a look, Take a bath, Take a shower, Take a break, Take a chance, Take a picture, Take  a taxi, Take a seat, Take notes, Take

How to Use ‘Take’ and Get’

How to Use ‘Take’ and Get’ Differences between take and get, uses of take and get; TAKE  take an exam take an English course take some Japanese lessons take the bus/traln/plane/taxi 

Uses of Let, Make, Have, Get

Uses of Let, Make, Have, Get; causative verbs – cause someone to do something;