• He teaches his students in his ways to make creative juices flowing.
For the usage ’flowing’ in above sentence I have following questions;
1. Since the causative ‘make’ doesn’t allow participle form after its object, the ‘make’ should, I think, be substituted with ‘get’.
2. By the way, if we view above sentence in another point that the ‘flowing’ might be an adjective originated from verb ‘flow’ and this sentence pattern is the same as “make someone happy”, could this sentence with ‘make’ itself be grammatical?
While, of course, my opinion is no.1, your various clarifications will be really appreciated.
Thanking in advance and Best RGDS,