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    1. I get my children's room every morning after they go to school.

    2. My neighbour his yard washed every morning as soon as he gets up.

    3. We got some food for other people last year.

    4. My stepmother all her carpets changed to some new carpets last month.

    5. They are their computers repaired at the moment.

    6. Her aunt is getting all the radiators in her home now.

    7. I was my sister's vacuum cleaner cleaned when her son called her.

    8. My daughter was some onions fried when the postman rang the bell.

    9. The people will get some plants in front of their house next Sunday.

    10. My mother will get some lemons tomorrow morning.

    11. I have the walls of my bedroom painted.

    12. Her teacher has got the lessons for her students.

    13. He had got his bicycle in the garage before her mother brought some food for him.

    14. We had got the lights off before we left home.

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