As well as 使 shǐ and 让 ràng, other verbs, ranging in meaning from request to coercion, also produce causative constructions:
请 qǐng ‘ask someone to do something’:
Wǒ qǐng tā kàn diàn yǐng。
I asked her to go to the cinema with me.
叫 jiào ‘tell/get someone to do something’:
Tā méi （yǒu） jiào wǒ qù zhào kàn hái zǐ。
She didn’t tell me to look after the child(ren)/babysit for her.
要 yào ‘want’/‘require someone to do something’:
Hù shì yào bìng rén chī yào 。
The nurse required the patient to take some medicine.
 Yip, P. C., Rimmington, D., Xiaoming, Z., & Henson, R. (2009). Basic Chinese: a grammar and workbook. Taylor & Francis.