I have a clearer understanding on to-infinitives, as in the following sentences:
I allowed her to go to the party.
I got him to do his homework.
But I still need to be clear on a similar structure, on the bare-infinitives, as I have seen them called, as in these sentences:
I let her go to the party.
I made him do his homework.
No 'to' before the infinitive but, aside from that, am I saying exactly the same thing with or without 'to'? Just to be certain that some verbs will take 'to' and some will not but the way to interpret the sentence remains the same
If so, are there any special reasons 'to' is sometimes left out?