( ASK / GET / HAVE / LET / MAKE / HELP / WANT / TELL
let / make / help / have + object + verb:
My father won't let me stay out late.
b) My parents make me do my homework when I
come home after school.
c) My brother never helps me (to) clean the
Note: In conversation you can also say help me to
do some thing,but this is much less common.
d) My mother has me do my homework after school.
get / want / ask / tell + object + to + verb:
a) I can't get him to clean up our room.
b) My parents want me to study medicine.
c) I have to ask them to drive me to school.
d) My wife is always telling me to slow down.
I let him/her = I give him/her permission.
I make him/her = He/she has to...
I have him/her = I ask him/her, and he/she does the action.
I get him/her = I persuade him/her to...
My father and i going to out on weekend to local
parks just to get away for the day.
Going to the beach with grandparents, uncle, and
cousins, the best part was my father putting me on
his shoulders and letting me go underwater, he also
taught me to swim, I love the water and always will I
We use 'used to' to talk about actions or situations
that continued for some time in the past, not for
events which happened suddenly or just for a
Used would for regular activities in the past:
RULES AND EXAMPLES
Would and used (to) have very similar meanings and can often be used in the same
situations. Would expresses that an activity was routine, typical behavior, frequently
PLAIN FORM VERB
go to the beach after school.
put on our swimsuits.
head for the waves.
smoke and act "cool".
USED (TO) – FORMER HABIT
Use (to) (used in the past tense) expresses that an activity was a past habit; it occurred at an earlier
stage of life but not now. It focuses on the habit, not duration or frequency.
to go to the beach after school.
to put on our swimsuits.
to head for the waves.
to smoke and act "cool".
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