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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119370: 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) - Make someone do/ Be made to do - To talk someone into / out of doing something ... - Causative Form - Do / Make - Make or have + infinitive - Make, Have, Let - Causative Have
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    1. Please, allow me to explain the whole situation to our friends !

    2. How awful ! You should have your hair coloured by a true hairdresser !

    3. The meals used to be prepared by our father.

    4. The previous accident had forced them to drive more carefully.

    5. He's having his blood pressure taken by the physician.

    6. Bankers are trying to convince people to invest in their last financial folly.

    7. She has required apologies written by all of them.

    8. We are not worried, our teacher will motivate us to train even harder.

    9. Would you ever consider having the roof repaired by a carpenter ?

    10. All the bacon was eaten by the dog.









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