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Which sentence is correct?


Which sentence is correct?
Hi dears.. Which one of the following sentences is correct, please? *She always gets them excited about school. * She makes them excited for school. Or She helps them get excited for school.

7 Sep 2019      

Maui RIvera

I think  all are correct but have different meanings, it depends on what you want to say, but the first one sounds more correct.

7 Sep 2019     


The first one sounds good to me.  THe second two donīt make a lot of sense especially the "excited for".  We usually say "excited about". 

7 Sep 2019     

United States

I agree with EsterLee

7 Sep 2019     

United Kingdom

They all make sense, but as the previous poster says, the best one depends on what you are trying to say. They all sound like informal English so you would need to have the sentence within the context of other sentences to know which one fits best. Thanks

7 Sep 2019     

United Kingdom

The first one is best. 

8 Sep 2019