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    Causative clauses and active form (English exercise n°119215 - Please quote this number when contacting us)

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    1. They got their new job here last week.

    2. The boss permits Alan to demonstrate his product in front of clients.

    3. John gets the mechanic to check his plane.

    4. Sandra has John fix their new car in his own garage.

    5. Sandra has so many stories to tell that she doesn’t know how to begin.

    6. Daddy persuades me to learn my lessons.

    7. She encourages her children to tidy their rooms.

    8. All spectators encourage participants during the race.

    9. Our mother makes us a beautiful cake for the party.

    10. You make them laugh.









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