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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119728: Causatives with Get
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: To have someone do something | Grammar [Change theme]
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    1. We have worked with efficiency, so we will get the boss to give us a deserved raise.

    2. John should got his kitchen conceived by the same architect who had made a great job for his study.

    3. If we can get this raise, we will brighten up the living room by some new furniture.

    4. John wants to get his motorbike washed every week by his son.

    5. Oh, you are here ! I then guess you didn't get my message.

    6. The nurse had got his patient to run on the treadmill for ten minutes.

    7. The police got all the neighbours to return home.

    8. I never want to get married again.

    9. All those commercials are trying to get people to buy more and more items.

    10. Mum has got the fence cleaned by John.

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