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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119087: Causative Form
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    Causative Form

    A Causative Form is used to show that someone assigns something to someone else. 


    To form the Causative, we use the verb have in the correct tense. The object goes second, the past participle of the main verb goes third.

    Mandy has her house cleaned every month (by......)

    Complete the sentences using causative forms.


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    1. Mum (the housework / do) every Sunday.

    2. Amanda (the carpet / clean) last week.

    3. Yesterday Jim (a cake / make) for his son's birthday.

    4. Laura (her hair / do) for the wedding right now.

    5. The Sims (their house / decorate) soon.

    6. I (my motorbike / service) at the moment.

    7. They (must / their shopping / do) before the store closes.

    8. Mandy (her house / clean) by this afternoon, before her parents arrive.

    9. They were (the lawn / mow) for 2 hours.

    10. You are going (the party / organize).

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