You don't need another verb there. "As Good As It Gets makes the audience feel good by the end of the movie."
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Hi, I was told that this sentence is not correct because of "achieves"
"As Good As It Gets achieves to make the audience feel good by the end of the movie."
I don't know why but maybe I only use "achieve" with people and not inanimate nouns. Is that correct? If it is can I use "suceeds"?
Oh! Thanks! Can you tell me if "achieve" is only used with people and not inanimate nouns?
Can I say "the movie achieved a box-office success"? Both the subject and the object are inanimate nouns.
Last edited by Matthew Wai; 30-May-2014 at 15:53.