Leçons: Les verbes make et let se construisent ainsi: sujet 1 + make / let +sujet 2 + base verbale. Si le sujet 2 est un pronom, il est sous forme de complément (me, you, him, her, us, them) make exprime l'idée qu'une influence plus ou moins forte est exercée sur quelqu'un: My father makes me work.
let exprime l'idée d'une permission donnée ou refusée à quelqu'un: My mother lets me go out.
Question 1. Describe the above picture and say what the girls makes her boyfriend do.
( la photo seulement pour la question 1)
Question 2. Mr Stickler never does anything in the house. Use the following ideas to express what he makes his family do:
a. Every evening / his daughter / walk the dog:
b. Yesterday / his wife / clear the table:
c. Last Christmas / his mother-in-law / do the washing-up:
d. Every week / his son / do the laundry:
e. At luchtime / his wife / bring him his lunch at work:
f. Yesterday / his son / wash his car:
Question 3. Samantha's parents let her do a lof of things. Make sentences with these elements.
a. ''Dad, can I take twenty dollars from your wallet?'' ''Of course, my darling, take whatever you need''. :
b. ''Mummy, can I go out tonight?'' ''If you want my treasure, but come back before 5 a.m'' :
c. ''Dad, can I organise a bi party herre next Wednesday?'' ''No problem, sweethert''. :
d. ''Hey Mum, can I go Shopping with your credit card?'' ''Of course, sweetie.'' :
e. ''Dad, can I miss school tommorow? I feel a bit lazy.'' ''Certainly, my pet''.
Question 4. ''I've met the perfect husband!'' : imagine what this young lady said about her husband.
a. nerver / wash the dishes:
b. always / go out with my friends :
c.nerver / cook dinner:
d. always / buy fancy clothes :
e. always / watch my favourite TV series: