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Causative Verbs (Get & Make)

“Causative Verbs are used when the subject doesn’t perform the action (verb) himself but get it done by a third person.” There are two causative verbs in English; Get & Make.if i say “ Sam made me go.” here subject is Sam. Same is not sending me rather making me send. Someone else is doing the work of sending. in such sentences the main verb will be get or make. But it is very important to know where to use make or get. Normal case    causative case
I did.                   I made  do.
Mike sent.          Mike made go.
jimmy reads.     jimmy makes read.
you had called me.  you had made me call.
we can laugh.  we can make laugh.
(“Get” will be used with non living)
Concept :  Sam got the letter written. here letter is(non living)hence “get” will be used as main verb. second main verb is “ write ” which third form will be used. Remember in get sentences, whatever is second verb. always use third form.
1- Sam gets the letter written.
2- I get the letter written.
3- Sam is getting the letter …
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other words for confused

Confusing similar words are of many types: 2 words may have same spelling but different meanings, 2 words may have different spelling but same pronunciation etc.
1. Accessary   -   Helper Accessory   -   Spare part 2. Amiable   -   Lovable  Amicable   -   Friendly  3. Ascent   -   Climb up Assent   -   To agree 4. Bail   -   Security  Bale   -   Bundle  5. Beneficial   -   Useful  Beneficent   -   Kind person 6. Ball   -   Sphere  Ball   -   Social gathering for dance  Bowl   -   A utensil  Bawl   -   Cry loudly  7. Breach   -   A break of law, contract etc Breech   -   Back part of a rifle  8. Cannon   -   A big gun Canon   -  A rule or law 9. Calendar   -   Calendar (of date) Calender   -   A pressing machine  10.Childish   -   Immature Childlike   -   Innocent  11.Chord   -   A string of music instrument Cord   -   A thin rope  12.Coarse   -   Rough (Antonym of fine) Course   -   Line of action 13.Compliment   -   Commendation   Complement   -   Match, Supplement 14.Corporal   -   …

one word substitution

Once Akbar was asked who you are. “I am the one who has never been defeated.” Birbal said to Akbar, emperor, by saying such a long sentence, you said a word “Invincible”Because “invincible is the one, who has never been beaten / defeated.”Great Akbar loved this brilliant advice of Birbal.1. Centenary - Celebration of a hundredth year.2. Contemporary - One who lives with the trend. 3. Celibacy - To abstain from sex.4. Democracy - Government of the people, for the people, by the people.5. Epicure - A person fond of enjoyment.6. Exonerate - To free a person from all the blames.7. Fastidious - A person difficult to please.8. Fatalist - One, who just believes in luck.9. Incorrigible - Something, that can't be corrected.10.Invincible - One, who can never be beaten/defeated.11.Indispensable - Something which can‟t be ignored.12.Inevitable - Something which can't be ignored.13.Irrevocable - That can't be changed at any cost.14.Inflammable - That can catch fire easily.15.Medieval -…

examples for prepositional phrases

Prepositional phrases, just like phrasal verbs having at least one verb in it, are the ones having at least one of the prepositions in it. [Let's have a look] A few important prepositional phrases…..
According to 1. According to my sisters, I am the best brother in the world. 2. According to Aman, Life is beautiful. 3. It's not an easy question according to science department Head Mr.  Mike.
At the risk of  1. I came to your house at the risk of my life but you didn't even open the door. 2. At the risk of his life, he saved me. 3. Even at the risk of being caught by his enemies, he did it with great courage.
At the top of one's voice 1. He shouted at the top of his voice when his elder brother slapped him. 2. Why are you shouting at the top of your voice?
Because of/due to 1. I started playing cricket due to my father's enormous support. 2. Because of poverty, many people die every year. 3. Just because of your commitment to work, you could get this promotion.
By all mean…

question tags rule in english

Question tags are nothing but just a confirmation that the speaker seeks from other person, he is talking to,even though he knows what he is asking is true. Let me explain. Suppose I am talking to you. I have no idea what kind of person you e. If I ask you “Are you clever?” you might reply; “yes” or “no”. But think about the case where I literally feel that you are clever. Now I would not ask you like “Are you clever?”, rather I would say “You are clever, aren't you?” Here, it's just a formality because I know that you are clever. This, aren't you" is nothing but a question tag.If the sentence is positive, then the question tag will be in negative form. Ex: If the sentence is “He is good.” Then the question tag will be “isn't he?”If the sentence is negative, then the question tag will be in positive form. Ex: If the sentence is “He is not good.” Then the question tag will be “is he?” If the sentence is positive, then the question tag will be in negative form. Ex: …

what is conjunction

“Conjunction is the word or set of words that connects two words or sentences or used to coordinate words in the same clause.It shortens the sentences without a change in meaning or sense”. If I say “ Jan is good” and then I say “Mike is also good”. I made two sentences. Let me make it one by just saying “Jan and Mike are good”. Using "and" I shortened the sentence. Hence, "and" is a conjunction.Generally 3 types of conjunctions 1st.[Cooredinating conjuction] ,which gives equal sense and  importance to the words or sentences that it connects.
So - indicates effect,present or consequences love go to france so do i.
2.mike go to walk daily so does he.

For - We can use any of these four but an important point is that “because” is to be used only in the middle of the sentence and “since” is only at the beginning.

1.I didn’t come because / as I was unwell.  2.I didn’t come, for I was unwell.
3.Since/As/For I was unwell, hence I didn’t come.
And - add one sentence to…

what are modal Verbs in german

“Modal Helping verbs are used with main verbs of the sentence to express ability, possibility, certainty, permission and necessity.”
Following sentences lets you know about modal helping verbs, their negatives and also the form of main verbs to be used with that particular modal.
[Use of can]
Ability to do the present (substitute form: to be able to)
Example: I canspeak English.

Permission to do the present (substitute form: to be allowed to)
Example: Can I go to the cinema?
For request  Example: Can you wait a moment, please?
For offer  Example: I canlend you my car till tomorrow.
For suggestion Example: Can we visit Grandma at the weekend?
For possibility  Example: It canget very hot in Australia.
[Use of could]
Ability to do sth. in the past (substitute form: to be able to) Example: I couldspeak English.
Permission to do sth. in the past (substitute form: to be allowed to) Example: I could