Let / Make / Have / Get
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Complete the sentences below using the correct form of the verbs "let," "make," "have," and "get," then click the "Check" button to check your answers.
1. Sam really wanted a dog, but his parents wouldn't
him have a pet.
2. I can't believe she
you look at her vacation pictures again last night. We have to look at those stupid pictures every time we go to her house.
3. I don't know how you convince your children to clean up their rooms. I couldn't
my children to clean up their rooms if my life depended on it.
4. Professor Yu
each of her students write an essay describing their future goals in life.
5. Professor Yu
her students use a dictionary while they were taking the test.
6. Debbie's husband hates the opera. But after days of nagging, she finally
him to go see the new production of La Boheme.
me take off my shoes before I went into her house. She said she wanted to keep the carpet clean.
8. Rebecca Smith requested a copy of that expense report, so I
the courier take one over to her last week.
9. Diane thinks television is a waste of time, so she won't
her children watch TV.
10. Mr. Levine
his secretary call Ms. Jackson and reconfirm their meeting on Thursday.
me drive his new BMW. I couldn't believe how quickly it picked up speed.
12. How did you
the doctor to make a house call? I haven't heard of a doctor actually going to a patient's house in years.
13. My boss
me get him coffee, pick up his dry cleaning and buy presents for his wife. He can't do anything by himself!
14. Tommy didn't want to go to his cousin's birthday party, but his mom
15. I can't believe the zoo keeper
you feed the snake. That was so cool!
16. The contract was very detailed, and it was essential that the wording be absolutely correct. Therefore, I
the translator recheck his work several times to make sure there would be no misunderstandings.
17. Cheryl didn't want to wash her car, so with a little smooth talk she
her boyfriend to wash it for her.
18. If you ask me nicely, I'll
you lick the bowl after I make the cookies.
19. Dr. Jackson
the nurse monitor the patient's condition overnight.
20. The news coverage of the recent tornado was incredibly moving. The interview with the little boy who lost his family in the tragedy
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