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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120146: Causative clauses and active or passive form with Get
    > 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. At home, I can never get the dinner . It's really a shame !

    2. Uncle Jerry got Sandra her medicine.

    3. By next week, the neighbours would have got their roof .

    4. Sammy has got friends of his the police.

    5. I don't worry. I will get my bike at my uncle's garage.

    6. Mum is getting the rose plants . So, they will stay wonderful.

    7. James gets his sister him her puppet.

    8. Sandra was getting her dishwasher when there was a power cut.

    9. Grandma will get the kids her fence.

    10. Tomorrow, the Queen will have got the traitors by the Royal Guards.









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