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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;

Some Common Verbs Collocations

Some Common Verbs Collocations Have, do, make, take, break, catch with collocations. Follow the list for collocations in english;

Collocations With HAVE

Collocations With HAVE Have an accident, have an argument, have a conversation, have a chat, have a dream and etc… Follow the list for other collocations;

Uses of ‘Have’

Uses of ‘Have’ Have; a drink / food a shower a look wishes a moment an event a good mood a bad fall a nap a limp a lisp a problem a fit a Go!

Some Common Verbs (have, do, make, take, break, catch) and Uses

Some Common Verbs (have, do, make, take, break, catch) and Uses Have; have a bath, have a drink, have a good time, have a haircut, have a holiday etc… Do; do business, do nothing, do the cooking, do your best, do your hair etc… Make; make a difference, make a mess, make a mistake etc…

Uses of “Be”, “Have”, “Got”, “Can”

Uses of “Be”, “Have”, “Got”, “Can” English Learn Site – be, have, got, can, pronouns. Follow the list;

Expressing – Must / Can’t / Should / Needn’t / Might / May / Could Have

Must / Cant / Should / Needn’t / Might / May / Could Have; Expressing modals must have / cant’ have / should have / needn’t have / might have /may have /could have + past participle;

Uses of Let, Make, Have, Get

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

Collocations – Take and Have

Collocation; a collocation is a sequence of words or terms that co-occur more often than would be expected by chance. Collocations – Take and Have;