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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119308: Causative clauses and Have
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    1. We are having our children organise our trip across the Antartic Circle for us.

    2. Sarah is having her car repaired by the mechanic at the garage round the corner.

    3. Ok, it’s a problem but I will have my best friend look into it !

    4. The king has just had his castle rebuilt by new foreign workers.

    5. I had a friend of mine fix your watch.

    6. As usual, Sarah will have her younger brother do the math exercises.

    7. Could you have our window repaired by a carpenter ?

    8. Nobody was there, so I had to have the neighbour repair the leak !

    9. Remember ! John had had his kitchen installed by an external society.

    10. Please, have John bring the report at least once to its correct destination !

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