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Have, make , and get
Have, make, and get are often used to indicate that one person has the power to force another to do something.
When the Jacksons work in their house, they make their children help.
I have been calling the store for an hour, but I can't get anyone there to answer the phone.
Get is followed by a noun or pronoun and a to-infinitive.
Have and make are followed by a noun or pronoun and an infinitive without to.
He had/made the mechanic fix the car.
He got the mechanic to fix the car.
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