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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #28284: Let and make
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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.




    They use MAKE + someone + VERB to oblige someone to do something; they have no choice and they have to do it.




    Complete the following sentences with either MAKE or LET





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    1. Don't him come in. He's crazy !

    2. Our teachers us wear school uniform last year.

    3. Susan everyone listen to her yesterday.

    4. My boss me do a lot of overtime.

    5. Did your parents you stay out late when you were at school ?

    6. Peter never his kids watch TV after 7 PM.

    7. My mother always me eat everything on my plate, even if I didn't like it.

    8. Don't me tell you again !

    9. Will you me go home please?

    10. Come on Dad ! Please me go to the concert.

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