The verbs make, let, and help can be causative verbs.
One agent (person or thing) is causing an action in another agent (person or thing).
She let me leave the office early.
My mom made me take out the trash.
My sisters often helps me do my taxes.
He let me use his car.
They let us stay in their house.
The waiter let us change tables.
The teacher didn't let us leave early.
He made me carry his bags.
My mom made me finish my homework.
I will make you pay for this! (I will get revenge!)
We didn't make him obey the rules.
He helped me move into my house.
I'm helping her write her essay.
I can help you do that.
She didn't help me do anything.