I got her remembered everything.

I made her remember everything.

Please tell me the difference between and when to use which one thanks.


The first sentence is grammatically incorrect. Perhaps you meant “I got her to remember everything”? I’ll assume that’s the case here.

The difference between the two sentences is that “I made her” means that you forced her to remember everything; whereas “I got her to” would mean that you encouraged or persuaded her to remember.

To make someone do something always implies coercion, i.e. you’re forcing them to.

To get someone to do something means to persuade, convince, or encourage them to.

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