In Oxford Dictionary, there is explained one of the meanings of the structure "have sth/sb doing...". The meaning is "to cause sth to be done or happen". Here is the example of the usage:
I'll have ...
I do not really understand the proposal: Really...Really...Fat. Help me to understand this sentence.
It will be right or I not correctly think? "We are talking about the man who will become fat." Why ...
Passive simple gerund
She enjoys being photographed .
Her baby loves being
I hate being lied to.
She denied being invited.
Is there a difference between (a) 'leave somebody wondering' and (b) 'make somebody wonder'? If so, what difference?
Is there some difference in aspect?
For example, does 'leave somebody wondering' ...
(Background: I'm a native English speaker who is learning French. The more I learn about French grammar, the more questions I have about English grammar).
(More Background: I wanted to translate the ...
Some example case/ contexts for helping to clarify the point-- my specific question:
A.When a range of reasons exist, use “if only because” to draw attention to a minor reason. Compare 1) Praise her ...
Do any of these sentences sound natural for you?
You're the only one I need to love me.
You're the only one I need to have love me.
You're the only one I need to make love me.
You're the only one I ...