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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119727: Causatives with Have
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: To have someone do something | Grammar [Change theme]
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    1. Our clients will have their new hotel designed by the greatest architect.

    2. My sister should have a dentist check her teeth more often.

    3. Due to her mistakes, we will certainly have problems for a while.

    4. He has a company build his house.

    5. Darling, have the children set the table for this evening. They would be so happy !

    6. She could have her nails manicured by someone who really knows that job.

    7. The plane had already taken off before we reached the airport.

    8. She will have learned Dutch before she goes to Netherlands.

    9. I had my younger sister eat my spinach soup.

    10. Sandra will have had the photocopier checked by tomorrow.

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