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  1. 1. LET/GET/MAKE GRAMMAR PRESENTED BY SIMRAN KAUR
  2. 2. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. To allow or disallow someone to do something. 1. Let him sleep. 2. Let him go. 3. Let me drive.
  3. 3. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. Proposal to do something/ suggestion. 1. Let’s play. 2. Let’s study. 3. Let’s party.
  4. 4. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. To give somebody permission to do something. 1. They won’t let him leave the country. 2. She wanted to lend me some money but I wouldn’t let her.
  5. 5. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. To allow somebody/ something to go somewhere. 1. The cat want to be let out. 2. I will give you a key so that you can let yourself in.
  6. 6. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. For offering help to somebody. 1. Here, let me do it. 2. Let us get those boxes down for you.
  7. 7. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. For making requests or giving instruction. 1. Let me have your report by Friday.
  8. 8. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. Used to show that you are not afraid or worried about somebody doing something. 1. If he thinks he can cheat me, just let him try!
  9. 9. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. To express a strong wish for something to happen. 1. Let her come home safely!
  10. 10. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. Used to introduce what you are going to say or do. 1. Let me give you an example. 2. Let me just finish this and then I will come.
  11. 11. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. Used to say that you are supposing something to be true when you calculate something. 1. Let line AB be equal to line CD.
  12. 12. LET GRAMMAR LET + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object. To allow somebody to use a house, room, etc in return for regular payment. 1. I let the spare room. 2. They decided to let out the smaller offices at low rents.
  13. 13. GET To continue to do something or to trick someone into doing something. 1. I am getting him wash my ear. 2. I am getting the car washed.
  14. 14. GET To receive 1. I got a book for my birthday.
  15. 15. GET To earn 1. I get Rs.5000 monthly.
  16. 16. GET To bring 1. Can you get that book for me?
  17. 17. GET To understand 1. Do you get the lesson?
  18. 18. GET To be affected by disease 1. He got a cold last week.
  19. 19. GET To catch or take 1. I got the 4:55 train to Kanpur.
  20. 20. GET To communicate with 1. I got him by phone.
  21. 21. GET To have a strong effect on 1. That family really got us a delicious dinner.
  22. 22. GET To capture or seize 1. The police got him at the station.
  23. 23. MAKE Produce 1. A family of mice had made their nest in the roof. 2. I’m going to show you how to make a box for your tools.
  24. 24. MAKE Make somebody something 1. He made her a toy horse, using just some straw and bamboo twigs.
  25. 25. MAKE Be made from something 1. Paper is made from wood.
  26. 26. MAKE Be made out of something 1. A shirt made of silk.
  27. 27. MAKE Make something from/out of something 1. She’s very good at making things from old scraps of material.
  28. 28. MAKE Used with some nouns to say that someone does something 1. Anyone can make a mistake. 2. Could I make a suggestion?
  29. 29. MAKE To cook or prepare food or drink 1. When was the last time you made a cake? 2. Who’s going to make the tea?
  30. 30. MAKE Make somebody something 1. I will make you some sandwiches.
  31. 31. MAKE To cause something to happen, or cause a particular state or condition 1. It was this movie which made him a star. 2. It’s beautiful beaches make this a highly popular area with tourists.
  32. 32. MAKE Make somebody/something do something 1. I like him because he makes me laugh.
  33. 33. MAKE Make something difficult/easy/possible, etc. 1. The use of computers has made it possible for more people to work from home.
  34. 34. MAKE Make something the best/worst/most expensive, etc. 1. Over 80,000 people attended, making it the biggest sporting event in the area. 2. The President has made it clear that he is not going to change his mind.
  35. 35. MAKE Make somebody do something 1. My parents always make me do my homework before I go out.
  36. 36. MAKE Be made to do something 1. I was made to wait for four hours before I was examined by a doctor.
  37. 37. MAKE Make a hole/dent/mark etc. 1. Make a hole in the paper. 2. The cup has made a mark on the table.
  38. 38. MAKE To succeed in getting somewhere in time for something or when this is difficult. 1. If we run, we should make it.
  39. 39. MAKE Make it to 1. With blood pouring from his leg, he made it to a nearby house.
  40. 40. MAKE To be successful at something 1. He came to US and not only made it but made it big. 2. So far, relatively few women have made it to the top in the business world.
  41. 41. MAKE Make it as 1. He was told he had no talent and would never make it as a professional singer.
  42. 42. MAKE Make it to 1. England look less likely to make it to the finals.
  43. 43. MAKE Make it to manager/director etc. 1. How did anyone so stupid make it to manager?
  44. 44. MAKE Spoken to be able to go to an event, meeting etc that has been arranged 1. I’m really sorry, but I won’t be able to make it on Sunday at all. 2. Nice to see you. I’m glad you could make it.
  45. 45. MAKE Informal to continue to live after you have been seriously ill or injured 1. Frank was very ill, and the doctors didn’t think he’d make it.
  46. 46. MAKE To manage to deal with a difficult experience 1. I couldn’t have made it through those times without the support of my boyfriend.
  47. 47. MAKE Used to say or ask what time it is according to your own or someone else’s watch 1. What time do you make it? 2. I make it ten past three.
  48. 48. MAKE Make the meeting/the party/Tuesday etc 1. I’m sorry, I can’t make Friday after all. 2. Will you be able to make the next meeting?
  49. 49. MAKE To succeed in achieving a particular position, rate, etc 1. He was never good enough to make the team. 2. I don’t think we’ll make the deadline.
  50. 50. MAKE To earn or get money 1. His one aim in life was to make money. 2. He’s made a fortune selling computers on the Internet.
  51. 51. MAKE Make something out of something 1. How easy is it to make money out of gardening?
  52. 52. MAKE Have a quality 1. I’m sure you will make a good teacher. 2. An old cardboard box makes a comfortable bed for a kitten.
  53. 53. MAKE Used to correct what you have just said 1. Can we have two cups of coffee, please? No, make that three.
  54. 54. MAKE To manage with the things that you have, even though this is not really enough 1. I hardly had any food in the house so I just had to make do.
  55. 55. MAKE Make do with/without 1. I usually make do with a cup of coffee for breakfast.
  56. 56. MAKE Make yourself heard/understood/known etc 1. I had to shout to make myself heard above the music.
  57. 57. MAKE To be a particular amount when added together 1. Two and two make four. 2. There are nine people coming, plus me, which makes ten.
  58. 58. MAKE Used to say what you have calculated a number to be 1. I make that $150 altogether.
  59. 59. MAKE To achieve a particular score in a sports game 1. Surrey had made 92 by lunchtime.
  60. 60. MAKE To give someone a new job or position in a group, organization, etc 1. She’s now been made a full partner. 2. He was made mayor in 1998.
  61. 61. MAKE To pretend or imagine that something is true when it is not 1. I tried to make believe she was happy, but knew deep down it wasn’t true.
  62. 62. MAKE Informal to behave as if something is true when it is not 1. He makes like he never met me before.
  63. 63. MAKE Literary to seem as if you are going to do something but then not do it 1. She made as if to speak but then stopped.
  64. 64. MAKE Old-fashioned to arrive at or get to a particular place, especially when it is difficult 1. I don’t think we’re going to make the town before nightfall.
  65. 65. MAKE Make the papers/headlines/front page etc 1. News of their divorce made the headlines.
  66. 66. MAKE To cause something or someone either to be very successful or to fail completely 1. Critics can make or break a young performer.
  67. 67. MAKE Used to say that you agree with someone or that something that is true of them is true of you too 1. “I haven’t a clue what’s going on.” “That makes two of us.”
  68. 68. MAKE Make something perfect 1. The hat makes the outfit.
  69. 69. THANK YOU!!!

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