Does "you leave me no choice" have same nuance with "you make me no choice"
"You leave me no choice" means to make someone feel like they have to do something because there is no other option. It is not common to say "you make me no choice" because "make" is not a verb used in this situation. However, sometimes people might say "you give me no choice". In this case, "give" has a slightly different nuance from "leave", as "give" implies that someone could have willfully given them a choice. "Leave" on the other hand implies that the person did not openly give them a choice, but just left them with whatever option was available. So "give" is a little softer than "leave". Ex: You give me no choice, I have to email your teacher. Ex: After she cheated on me, she left me no choice but to break up with her.
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