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what's the difference when we say 幸せにさせる compared to 幸せにする ?? I'm now confused between using させる and にする。 Can anyone please provide an in-depth explanation please?

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…を幸せにする means “to make … happy.” させる is the causative form of する. Therefore:

AがBを幸せにする: A makes B happy.
XがAにBを幸せにさせる: X makes A make B happy.

However, some people may confuse these two and say 幸せにさせる when they mean 幸せにする.

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