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    make laugh

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-He is hard to make do things for you. (It is hard to make him do
    things for you)
    2-He is difficult to make laugh. (It is difficult to make him laugh.)
    3-He is easy to make laugh. (It is easy to make him laugh)

    4-That dog is easy to get to do tricks. (it is easy to get that dog to do tricks)
    5-That dog is easy to have do tricks. (It is easy to have that dog do tricks)

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    Re: make laugh

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan View Post
    Are these sentences correct:

    1-He is hard to make do things for you. (It is hard to make him do
    things for you)
    2-He is difficult to make laugh. (It is difficult to make him laugh.)
    3-He is easy to make laugh. (It is easy to make him laugh)

    4-That dog is easy to get to do tricks. (it is easy to get that dog to do tricks)
    5-That dog is easy to have do tricks. (It is easy to have that dog do tricks)
    None of your original sentences is correct. All of your explanatory sentences are correct.

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