The verbs 叫 , 令 , 使 , 让 mean "to make", "to let" or “to cause”.They often don’t translate directly into English.
They are used to indicate that someone or something makes someone/something else do something.
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These things make the old man worry
zhèxiē shìqing lìng lǎorén xīnshén bù ān
Talking to her makes him happy
hé tā tánhuà ràng tā gāoxìng
Walking makes me hungry
sànbù shǐ wǒ wèikǒu dà kāi
In negative sentences, negative adverbs are placed before the main verb. They cannot be placed before 叫/令/使/让.
In negative sentences, potential complements with the adverb 不 are most commonly used.