Idioms starting with ‘make’: make somebody do something

Do you think this idiom is usually used in a positive or negative way? Listen to the video and see what you think.

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make somebody do something – to force someone or something to do something

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To force someone to do something means that you are making them do something that they don’t want to do. So, this idiom is not usually used in a positive way.
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How do you feel when someone tries to make you do something? Good, bad or does it not bother you either way? You can put your answers in the comment section.
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