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Let and make
Do you know the difference between LET and MAKE ?
English people use LET + someone + VERB to give someone permission to do something, or allow someone to do something.
BUT THEY DON'T USE TO WITH LET !
They use MAKE + someone + VERB to oblige someone to do something; they have no choice and they have to do it.
THEY DON'T USE TO WITH MAKE EITHER !
Complete the following sentences with either MAKE or LET
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