1. I make him go there. (Simple present tense causative structure)
2. I would have made him go there.(?) Is it right form of Hypothetical past ability causative structure?
3. How we make first sentence in passive causative form?
Your solution to making a passive changes the verb (from 'make' to 'force') and the tense (from 'present' to 'past'). I don't think this is good advice about how to put a sentence into the passive voice.
Which consruction doesn't work, Mike? I make him go there and I would have made him go there both seem possible to me.
Last edited by 5jj; 13-Mar-2014 at 05:40.
Ah. You were referring to Raymott's sentence, but quoted vaibhavmaskar's.
He is made to go there is fine in BrE, and COCA has several dozen similar examples.