Lime makes people who couldn’t have felt the food flavour helps to appetite.

In this sentence, is it "help to" or "helps to" need reason thanks

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    Hello, Won Jun Lee, I'm sorry, this is not a well-made sentence in English. I think that you could ask this question on English Language Learners, if you would also add a little more of why you think it could be one or the other. Cheers! – Conrado Oct 18 at 0:59
  • Welcome. Conrado is correct. I think your sentence is trying to say something like Lime helps the appetite of people who could not otherwise have felt food flavour – Anton Oct 18 at 7:37

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