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"seru" or saseru" are verbs that mean "let "have" & "make" how can you tell the difference?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
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    i think seru means " can do "..

    Class 1 verb plus せる        Class 2 verb plusさせる
    たとえば:

    1田中さんにレボートを書かせます   2部長は田中さんを出張させます

    seru   Probably I think that it is a mistake in writing.
    suru I think that I wanted to write it in this way.

    suru suru is words to use when the person does something voluntarily.

    saseru
         saseru is words to use when a person is made to do something by a person forcibly.

      OOPT

    They both change the verb into "let someone do" form.
    There is no difference in the meanings. It's just grammar matter.

    "Saseru" can be used attached to other verb or as a stand alone verb (as "suru" can).
    "Seru" should be always attached to other verb.

    kaku(write) - kakaseru (let someone write)
    taberu(eat) - tabesaseru(let someone eat)
    suru (do) - saseru (let someone do)
    benkyo suru (study) - benkyo saseru (let someone study)

    @bill tong
    "can do" is "dekiru" =)

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