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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Causative form (mixed) 1

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topic: Causative form 1 (Mixed) | level: Intermediate




REMEMBER: There are two basic causative structures - an active one (ex: "I had Mike fix my computer", "I let him go there"), and a passive one (ex: "I had my computer fixed"). It is often used with the following verbs: TO HAVE, TO LET, TO MAKE, TO GET, and a few others.


1. The sunshine made me ________ of our trip to Mexico.
  think
  to think
  thinking

2. I had my hair ________ last night.
  trim
  trimmed
  trimming

3. I'm going to ________ after the concert.
  have me picked up
  have him to pick me up
  have him pick me up

4. He is going to ________ next week.
  have fixed his car
  have his car fixed
  have his car fix

5. Susan had ________.
  the windows cleaned
  the windows clean
  the windows be cleaned

6. I'll let you ________ my car.
  to drive
  drive
  driving

7. Hey, do you want me to help you ________?
  to pack
  packing
  pack

8. Why don't you ________ with my friends?
  let me to go out
  let me go out
  let me go to

9. I had my wallet ________ yesterday.
  stolen
  stole
  to steal

10. I had Juan ________ yesterday.
  to fix my door
  fix my door
  fixed my door


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