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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Causative form 5 (Passive) | level: Beginner/Intermediate

Write the correct response, changing the SIMPLE PAST sentences into PASSIVE CAUSATIVE FORM sentences:
EX: Jim sent the letter. --> Jim had the letter sent.


1. My mother changed the curtains. --> My mom had the curtains .

2. Thomas washed the car. --> Thomas had the car .

3. Maria redesigned the web site. --> Maria had the web site .

4. Kelly took Mr. Brown to the beach. --> Kelly had Mr. Brown to the beach.

5. John brought the cat to the vet. --> John had the cat to the vet.

6. Jane put the vase on the table. --> Jane had the vase on the table.

7. We drove Mr. Jones to the airport. --> We had Mr. Jones to the airport.

8. We fed the dog. --> We had the dog .

9. We gave the money to the homeless shelter. --> We had the money to the homeless shelter.

10. Thomas cut his hair. --> Thomas had his hair .





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