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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120108: Causative clauses and Make
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    1. This month my daughter me type a part of her thesis every day.

    2. I my grandfather drink a glass of hot milk every morning.

    3. His mother him simonize his shoes yesterday.

    4. They their children laugh when they said D.C instead of C.D last week.

    5. I am my friends play the newest computer game for the time being.

    6. Her cousin is her mother let her go out to play with her friends now.

    7. She was her husband replace the covers of the car's seats while she made some coffee.

    8. The neighbours were us clean the ground in front of our house.

    9. The rainy weather will them stay at home tomorrow morning.

    10. The teacher will his students rewrite their homework again, tomorrow.

    11. Her mother has her apologise for being rude to her sister.

    12. We have our coach repeat twice the exercise of shrinking our abdomen.

    13. I had my son cover all his books before he went to school.

    14. She had the servant clean the refrigerator before putting some fruit into it.

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