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Here’s the sentence:

Did you ever hear anyone sound so peculiar?

Is it the same rule as in these sentences?

I made him do it.

I’ll have her go to take it back.

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It doesn't end with 's' because it's the (bare) infinitive, which is used without 'to' after verbs like hear, bid, let, make, see, need, dare, etc.

https://www.englishgrammar.org/bare-infinitive-2/

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Sound in this sentence is a noun, so you are talking about the 'sound' of his/her voice, not the 'sounds' that he/she is making.

'Do' and 'go' are both verbs, so they do not follow the same rule.

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    If it’s in affirmative form, it would be: “You have heard someone sound so peculiar.” I don’t agree with your saying that “sound” here is a noun. – user67265 Sep 25 '18 at 13:17
  • I'm pretty sure sound here is a verb – KeykoYume Sep 25 '18 at 13:18

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