It would be more usual to say "My friends like making me angry?" It is a (probably) direct action.So can we say "My friends like getting me angry"?
Either "makes" or "gets" works in sentence (1), but only "got" is right in sentence (2).1) Bob's behaviour [behavior in AE] makes/gets me angry!
2) Harry's friends made/got him drunk last Sunday.
To my knowledge, no. As you've probably realized by now, there are very few reliable rules in English.Is there a rule regarding the use of get or make in these cases?
Hi,It would be more usual to say "My friends like making me angry?" It is a (probably) direct action.
Your friends make you angry by saying mean things to you.
Your friends might get you angry by sending you links to videos that make you angry.
Hello Flora - welcome to the forums!Hey guys! I am thinking of getting a new tattoo but since i am not a native english speaker i wanted to ask you first about your opinion.
My idea is:
You cant make me drunk.
You cant make me sober.
Is this correct? What do you think?