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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119924: Causatives clauses in passive or active form with Have
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: To have someone do something [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 - To talk someone into / out of doing something ... - Causative Form - Do / Make - Make or have + infinitive
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    1. Sandra has her mother her trousers.

    2. I will have my hair next week.

    3. Yesterday, Mum had us our messy bedrooms.

    4. Jenny had had a new car for this race.

    5. I had Lenny a birthday cake.

    6. The student will have his thesis before he begins his speech.

    7. It's windy outside. Mum has her son the window.

    8. The captain had had the soldiers along those hills.

    9. The burglar will have his plunder by another thug.

    10. The neighbour will have had his TV before Christmas.









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