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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Causative form 6 (Active) | level: Beginner/Intermediate

Fill in the blanks to complete each ACTIVE CAUSATIVE FORM sentence, explaining how you arranged everything.
EX: Jim sent the letter. --> I had Jim send the letter.


1. Tina washed the dishes. --> I had Tina the dishes.

2. Robert told us what happened. --> I had Robert us what happened.

3. Paula sat next to George. --> I had Paula next to George.

4. My mother prepared the appetizers. --> I had my mom the appetizers.

5. My brother brought the chairs from the living room. --> I had my brother the chairs from the living room.

6. Steve bought some more soft drinks. --> I had Steve some more soft drinks.

7. Kathy closed the window. --> I had Kathy the window.

8. My sister gave everyone a piece of cake. --> I had my sister everyone a piece of cake.

9. Peter asked Steve about his new house. --> I had Peter Steve about his new house.

10. Frank drove everyone home. --> I had Frank everyone home.





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