He induced me to a mistake He induced me to make a mistake.
Are these sentences correct? Is there a more natural way to convey the same idea?
The first sounds strange without the verb.
"He caused me to make a mistake" is more common. 'Induce' is a word that most people wouldn't use much in speech. If you do use it, use it in the form of your second sentence. "Nothing would induce me to do that!"