She Helped Me Get It
Verbs + (Pro)noun + Infinitive
Some verbs can also take a (pro)noun followed by an infinitive. This verb pattern is used when another person is involved. Here is a list of some of the most common:
I don't force anyone to buy stock.
I invited the branch manager to attend the decision tree seminar next month.
I draw your attention to study the stock carefully.
Verbs + (Pro)noun + Base Form of the Verb
There are a few verbs which also take a (pro)noun followed by an infinitive, but drop the 'to' of the infinitive. These are the most important:
The floating-rate loan helps borrowers reduce payments in the short-term, but is less predictable in the long-term.
The positive bank balance let the branch manager take the risk to approve new loans.