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    Makes me wear

    Hi guys,

    Can we say "She makes her baby wear the cloths". I mean her baby is too small so she puts the cloths on his baby's body.

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    Re: Makes me wear

    She dresses the baby.

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    Re: Makes me wear

    Just a couple of comments on the question itself.

    In both uses, "cloths" should be "clothes". The first sentence should end with a question mark. The pronoun "his" should be "her".

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