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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122046: Causatives and passive
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    Causatives and passive

    Write the sentences in the passive form keeping the agent.

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    1. She wanted a mechanic to fix her motorcycle. .

    2. He will get his brother to paint his kitchen. .

    3. I forced my son to clean my safety boot. .

    4. She had her mother hang up the clothes. .

    5. He will make his friend carry the tray. .

    6. Our neighbour has her son set the table. .

    7. He wanted a barber to cut his hair. .

    8. She will get her husband to look after the baby. .

    9. I forced my children to clean the windows. .

    10. He will make Harry clean the blackboard. .

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