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But it's funny because it makes the intentional joke look like an unintentional one.

Why in the above sentence there is "look like" not "looks like"?

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If we use a verb after 'make', we use the base (infinitive) form, like these examples:

it makes the intentional joke look like an unintentional one.

John made his son eat his vegetables.

I made my mother cry with joy when I graduated.

This also applies to the verb 'let', e.g. 'I let my daughter play with a ball'.

How to use make (and let)

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