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Make + object pronoun + infinitive #1 (permalink) Wed Oct 11, 2006 12:49 pm   Make + object pronoun + infinitive
 

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ESL/EFL Test #214 "What comes next (the letter)", question 2

And that's what ..........

(a) has deduced me to write this letter
(b) has prompted me to write this letter
(c) has made me to write this letter
(d) has concluded me to write this letter

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #214 "What comes next (the letter)", answer 2

And that's what has prompted me to write this letter.

Correct answer: (b) has prompted me to write this letter

Your answer was: incorrect
And that's what has made me to write this letter.
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both the sentences means the same.
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Make + object pronoun + infinitive #2 (permalink) Wed Oct 11, 2006 13:16 pm   Make + object pronoun + infinitive
 

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No; made me to write is faulty structure. Made me write would be a valid option.
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