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asked “What is the probability both houses will be completed after 7 weeks?” meaning
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asked Definite article: the; a method of the extraction of minerals vs a method of mineral extraction
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accepted “make someone likely to do”?
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comment “make someone likely to do”?
So, I mean that the quoted sentence, "the act of being heavily committed makes an executive "to" miss certain sighs", without likely would be the wrong sentence, I think. because the "to" followed the verb make.
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comment “make someone likely to do”?
Cambridge dictionary: Make meaning ‘force to do’ We can use make meaning ‘force someone (to do something)’. In the active voice, we use it with an infinitive without to: The boss made me work an extra day. Not: The boss made me to work … However, in the passive voice, we must use an infinitive with to: The people were made to wait outside while the committee reached its decision.
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awarded  Student
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asked “make someone likely to do”?
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comment How can I understand a word “suspect” , even either to guess or to doubt in a certain sentence
Thank you so much! I get the point from your explanation.
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asked How can I understand a word “suspect” , even either to guess or to doubt in a certain sentence