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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119247: Causative clauses and passive form
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: To have someone do something | Grammar [Change theme]
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    1. The teacher had his courses written by all the students.

    2. The weather is discussed every day by many of us.

    3. John has his jacket cleaned by a professional.

    4. Sandra gets her car coloured by a mechanic.

    5. Reasonable precautions were taken to protect the whole project.

    6. Dad permits their rooms tidied by the children.

    7. Sarah requires a letter written by Jenny.

    8. Graffiti had been scrawled all over the wall by those kids !

    9. They get milk bought by the neighbours.

    10. All the mice were being chased by the cat.

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