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Hello

Imagine I made a mistake so i was the reason that my friend get lost. Is this sentence correct?

I made her get lost.

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shininggirlI made her get lost.

No. This doesn't work. Say something more like the following:

I was the reason my friend got lost.
My friend got lost, and I was the cause of it.
My friend got lost because of a mistake I made.

CJ

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Thanks a lot.

So we can similarly say:

I caused my friend to get lost.

Right?

shininggirlI caused my friend to get lost.

That sounds too planned, too 'on purpose'.

If you don't mean that, you don't want this sentence.

CJ