Let or make? Exercise 1

Using let or make very often comes down to context and common sense.

1. This film will really ___ you laugh.
make
❤ 🙂
let
😦
2. I wonder if John will ___ me borrow his car.
let
❤ 🙂
make
😦
3. The police can ___ you stop your car.
make
❤ 🙂
let
😦
4. The teacher sometimes ___ the students leave early.
lets
❤ 🙂
makes
😦
5. You can’t ___ me do something I don’t want to do.
make
❤ 🙂
let
😦
6. The judge ___ everybody be quiet in her courtroom.
makes
❤ 🙂
lets
😦
7. It ___ me really annoyed when people are late for appointments.
makes
❤ 🙂
lets
😦
8. Our manager sometimes ___ us work on weekends.
makes
❤ 🙂
lets
😦
9. This key ___ you open any door in the castle.
lets
❤ 🙂
makes
😦
10. Your stories ___ me want to travel across Asia as well.
make
❤ 🙂
let
😦

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