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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Causative form 4 (Causative or non-causative?) | level: Advanced

Fill in each blank with the best possible response - IMPORTANT: Some of the responses require the causative form and some do not:


1. Please make him __________________ doing that.
  to stop
  stop

2. I can�t get him __________________ doing that.
  to stop
  stop

3. Why did you let him __________________ that?
  to do
  do

4. I will not allow him __________________ that anymore.
  do
  to do

5. Have him __________________ me.
  call
  to call

6. I will ask him __________________ you.
  call
  to call

7. I will get him __________________ you.
  to call
  call

8. I can�t make him __________________ you.
  call
  to call

9. I�ll let you __________________.
  to know
  know

10. He forced me __________________ to his parents.
  apologize
  to apologize

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