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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122201: Causative verbs
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    English exercise "Causative verbs" created by zilazila with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from zilazila]
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    1. She had the fuse box yesterday.

    2. My mother had the electrician the fuse box.

    3. He had the letters .

    4. Her brother had Jane the letters.

    5. The teacher had the manager some desks.

    6. The teacher had some desks .

    7. He had the chef a roast for his dinner.

    8. Her mother had a roast for dinner.

    9. The pregnant woman had him a maternity dress.

    10. She had a maternity dress .









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