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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120078: Causative clauses and passive form with Get
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    Causative clauses and passive form with Get

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    1. Sammy is painting his kitchen.
    > Richie is getting the kitchen by Sammy.

    2. Tomorrow, Sandra will repair some computers.
    > Tomorrow, Andrew will get some computers by Sandra.

    3. Yesterday,the managers finished the new marketing strategy.
    > Yesterday, the CEO got the new marketing strategy by the managers.

    4. Next week, the Jeffersons will have climbed those mountains.
    > Next week, the inhabitants will get those mountains by the Jeffersons.

    5. Mum prepares spinach soup each week.
    > Each week, the children get spinach soup by Mum.

    6. Ted opens the front door.
    > Daddy gets the door by Ted.

    7. The boys will use cellphones in the public hall.
    > Sandra will get cellphones in the public hall by the boys.

    8. The proud adventurer crosses in the cursed maze.
    > The princess gets the cursed maze by the proud adventurer.

    9. The student had prepared his thesis.
    > His parents had got the thesis by the student.

    10. Yesterday, Jenny tested a new fragrance.
    > Yesterday, some friends got a new fragrance by Jenny.

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