TOEIC Grammar Lesson - How To Use Get in the CausativeSep 06, 2023
How do we use GET in the causative?
There are a variety of English grammar patterns that are tested on the TOEIC® exam. Causative verbs, such as get, often appear in Part V and Part VI.
We use the pattern get someone to do. This has the meaning of “persuade” or “convince.”
- Jack got the boss to ok casual Fridays for the summer.
- I think it won't be easy to get the manager to agree to a salary increase
- Mr. Bennett finally got the client to sign the contract.
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