Student or Learner
I have come across the following phrase:
"Such medicines may produce headaches or cause them to worsen, the clinic says."
I´m wondering if I could also say, without changing the meaning or doing it just slightly, the following sentences:
"Such.... or make them worsen,...."
"Such.... or get them worse,..."
Thank you very much in advance.
So I can´t ever use the verb "to get" that way, I guess from your reply, when using it with participle, either.
For example: "I hope I´m not getting her bored"(it would be wrong); I should say "I hope I´m not making her get bored", or even "I hope I´m not causing her to get bored".
So:The structure: To get someone "participle" is never correct, isn´t it?.