Do Cause and Help also come in the category of causative verbs?If yes then please use them in a sentence as well for a better understanding.
Help seems to be a causitive verb in that it expresses a causitive relation as in the following sentences.
I helped Jim clean up the mess.
I helped the old lady cross the road.
I helped Laura do her homework.
Hmm. But cause?
I don't think that one can say, correctly (but I bet a lot of people do)
I caused him clean up the mess -> I made him clean up the mess.
I caused Laura do her homework -> I made Laura do her homework.
I can cause a tragedy, but in so doing I am not creating a causal relationship between a subject and an event.
So for my money, help is a causative verb but cause is not. But I would not bet on it.