In the "have + object + verb form" construction, the verb "Have" can be followed by object + infinitive (without to) or object + ing. And it's also true with the verbs like "hear, see, watch..."
Then, is this pattern also applicable to the verbs like "make" and "let"? For example:
a) I let them talking...
b) That makes us going through....
c) I let them talk....
d) That makes us go through...
Or is this impossible? Ungrammartical?
To me, "make/let/have + object + ing" form looks okay when a proper context is given.
Thanks in advance.
Jay from ROK
Then, is this pattern also applicable to the verbs like "make" and "let"?