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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119332: Causative clauses
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: To have someone do something | Grammar [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - 'Make someone do'/'Have something done': (a little further) - Causative clauses: making someone do something - Make someone do/ Be made to do - Causative clauses and passive form with Have - Causative clauses - Causative Form - To talk someone into / out of doing something ... - Have something done
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    1. Sandra always encouraged her children to work hard at school.

    2. When I saw that movie that day, its story really inspired me to be an actor.

    3. His behaviour led us to conclude that he was lying.

    4. Before I sleep, Daddy tells me wonderful stories.

    5. John got his castle restored by competent specialists.

    6. The sergeant orders us to climb up that damned hill !

    7. My friends then asked me what I was doing among that messy situation.

    8. This report is written by our secretary.

    9. The boss had this report written by our secretary.

    10. How lucky we are ! Exceptionally, our parents permit us to stay and dance here until 2:00 AM

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