Do you just say "make it easy for a person", or also "make it easy on a person". I'm pretty sure I've heard the latter a few times. Is it correct too?
Thanks in advance.
"make it easy for a person" is correct.
I don't think people say "make it easy on a person", but they do say 'take it easy on a person'.
'take it easy on John' means 'don't be too hard on John', 'don't cause John a lot of difficulty'