Student or Learner
I did my homework with the help of my teacher.Although teacher just facilitated me to do my work. How can I express such situation when somebody causses somebody to do something.
The presence of my teacher made it easier for me to do all my homework.
The presence of my teacher made it easier for me to get all my homework done.
I composed these sentences using the meaning of the word facilitate, from the Oxford Dictionary of the English Language.
facilitate: make (an action or process) easy or easier.
I hope this is what you are looking for, Jamilakn. If not, please let me know.
Last edited by JohnParis; 13-Nov-2011 at 20:01. Reason: second sentence missing
Not a teacher.
Here are some example sentences containing the same type of message I think you described:
My teacher has me complete my homework.
My teacher gets me to complete my homework.
My teacher had me write a letter.
My teacher got me to write a letter.
Note: "My teacher gets me my homework done" could imply that your teacher did your homework, but since your second example was "He gets me to write a letter," I assume the meaning you want to express can be found in the four sentences I posted.