1: If we had badly in class, our teacher ---stray late and do extra work.
b) lets us
c) allows us to
d) makes us
2: My daughter’s school---the children to wear jeans and T-shirts-not like in my day!
c) has to
3: I hate school, the teachers makes us ---so much homework every day!
c) to do
4: On Friday afternoon our teacher sometimes lets us ---home early.
b) to go
5: When I was a boy we were made—correct school uniform at all times!
b) to wear
6: “Excuse me sir, are we allowed---dictionaries into the exam?
b) to take
1: d) makes us
If you make someone to do something, you say ”you have to do it”; you give them no choice.
2: d) allows
If you allow someone to do something, you give permission - it is followed by the infinitive: allow someone to do something.
3: a) do
The verb 'make' is unusual as it is followed by 'do' without the infinitive: make someone do something.
4: a) go
'Let someone do something' is the correct sentence pattern.
5: b) to wear
'Make someone do something' is correct, but here the passive voice is 'be made to do something', using the infinitive.
6: b) to take
'Allow someone to do something' is the correct sentence pattern.