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Sunday, February 26, 2012

GrammaTube - Causative Verbs in English: let, get, have, make

GrammaTube - Causative Verbs in English: let, get, have, make

Causative verbs are used to express that someone or something caused someone or something else to do a particular task. This might sound a bit confusing, but if you watch the videos that we’ve compiled you’ll see that it’s not that difficult.

These YouTube videos will show you how to use several causative verbs like let, get, have or make.

Grammar can be one of the most difficult skills to develop in English but it is without doubt the key to progress throughout your learning. A good grammar base will help you to write properly and speak in English, hence improving communication with other people.

Good video with examples about the causative verbs in English



Link to the video on YouTube

Structures and causative verbs in English



Link to the video on YouTube

Causative verbs with Passive and Gerunds



Link to the video on YouTube

Good video that explains the passive causative



Link to the video on YouTube

Learn American English shows us how to use the verb "have" in the causative form



Link to the video on YouTube

How to use the verb "make" as a causative verb



Link to the video on YouTube

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1 comment:

MovingOn said...

These videos were very helpful! I think these causative verbs can be very tricky for learners, and trying multiple sources to help learn then can be effective.

 

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