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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119263: Causative clauses and Make
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: To have someone do something | Grammar [Change theme]
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    1. The police make the witnesses repeat the whole story.

    2. The witnesses were made by the police to repeat the whole story.

    3. Last month, my parents made me study hard.

    4. Last month, I was made to study hard by my parents.

    5. A mechanic has been made by John to repair his car.

    6. John has made a mechanic repair his car.

    7. The phone call makes him shiver.

    8. He is made to shiver by the phone call.

    9. He had been made by her to write a letter.

    10. She had made him write a letter.

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