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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119930: Causative clauses and Have
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    1. I had my mother's room very well yesterday.

    2. My sister-in-law has the letters every day.

    3. His uncle his house painted two weeks ago.

    4. My daughters their hair cut every year.

    5. I am having the dishes at the moment.

    6. Her cousin is his teeth brushed now.

    7. His father-in-law was his room swept when his daughter called him.

    8. I was my nails varnished when you asked me that question.

    9. Your grandson will his clothes sewed tomorrow night.

    10. We will have our cars next week.

    11. I have my children's dresses ironed.

    12. My friend has his mother's television repaired.

    13. She had had her children to school before her brother came to her.

    14. They had their locks repaired before their boss came.

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