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23rd Day - Today we shall learn about Imperative Sentences and use of words - 'Let' and 'Make'.
An imperative sentence is a command or polite request. 'Let' gives permission to do something and the other person has an option to do it or not whereas 'Make' forces to do something and the other person has to do it whether he wants to do it or not.

Imperative Sentence And Use of Let & Make

Make

'Make' is a useful English verb and it's meaning is to create, manufacture a man made product, give certain properties to something, cause to do or act in a specified manner, cause to happen, formulate, etc. Here in comparison with the word 'Let', 'Make' means to force someone to do an action without giving them any option. In other words, they have to do it. Don't use 'TO' with 'MAKE' also

'Make' एक बहुत उपयोगी क्रिया शब्द है और इसका अर्थ है - सृजन करना, निर्माण करना, उत्पादन करना, तैयार करना, मजबूर करना, खास अंदाज में करने या अभिनय करने का कारण बनाना इत्यादि । 'Let' शब्द की समानता में 'MAKE' का अर्थ है किसी को कोई कार्य बिना किसी विकल्प के करने का दबाव डालना । दूसरे शब्दों में, उनको वह कार्य करना पड़ता है ।  'MAKE' के बाद भी 'To' का प्रयोग नही करते । 



Difference between Let and Make

Difference between Let and Make is that 'Let' gives permission to do something and the other person has an option to do it or not whereas 'Make' forces to do something and the other person has to do it whether he wants to do it or not.

'Let' और 'Make' में अंतर यह है की 'Let' कुछ करने की इजाजत देता है और दूसरे व्यक्ति के पास विकल्प होता है की वह कार्य करें या नही जबकि 'Make' कुछ करने का दबाव डालता है या प्रवृत करता है और दूसरे व्यक्ति के पास कोई विकल्प नही होता चाहे वह कार्य करना चाहता है या नही, उसे करना पड़ता है

Word - Make
Type of Sentence Rule
Positive Subject + Make/Made/Made + Object
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Examples
वह सबसे अपने असिस्टेंट को भी सलाम करवाता है । He makes everybody salute his assistant also.
तुम अपनी लड़की को खाना बनाना सिखवाओ । You make your daughter learn cooking also.
अव्यन की मां उसे रोज पूजा के लिये बिठाती है । Avyan's mother makes him sit for puja daily.
मेरे बॉस ने मुझे लेट रुकवाया । My boss made me stay late.
मेरे मित्र ने मुझसे यह गलती करवाई । My friend made me make this mistake.
तुम्हें उससे पढ़ाई करवानी चाहिये । You should make him study.
मैने उससे तीन बार माफी मंगवाई । I made him apologize three times.
जब मैं छोटा था, मेरी मम्मी मुझसे मेरा कमरा साफ करवाया करती थी । When I was young, my mammee used to make me clean my room.
मैं शनिवार को ऑफिस में काम नही करना चाहता परंतु मेरा बॉस करवा रहा है । I don’t want to work in office on Saturday, but my boss is making me.
बच्चे को बिठाओ । Make the child sit.
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क्या तुम्हारे बॉस ने तुमसे कोरे कागज पर हस्ताक्षर करवाये ? Did your boss make you sign on blank paper?
उसने तुमसे क्या लिखवाया ? What did he make you write?
उसने मुझे बेंच पर खड़ा करवाया । He made me stand on the bench.
उसने चोर को भगवाया । He made the thief run away.
उसने सीमा से पार्टी में गाना गंवाया । He made Seema sing in the party.
तुम्हें रजत से वह ऑफिस जॉइन करवाना ही है । You have to make Rajat join that office.
किसी भी कीमत पर तुम्हें उसे शादी के लिये तैयार करना है । At any cost, you have to make him ready for marriage.
शालिनी की सास उससे रोज 14-15 घण्टे काम करवाती है । Shalini's mother-in-law makes her work for 14-15 hours daily.
वह बिस्तर में जाने से पहले अपनी पीठ की मालिश भी करवाती है । She makes her massage her back also before going to bed.
नही तो वह तुमसे सारी जिंदगी खाना बनवायेगा । Otherwise, he will make you cook food for whole life.

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