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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129142: Causatives
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Idioms | To have someone do something [Change theme]
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    1. The king was made (abdicate) in favour of his son.

    2. He had always made her (laugh).

    3. The government wants to have the bill (pass) as soon as possible.

    4. He allowed him (drive) his car.

    5. Last night her parents let her (go) out on her own.

    6. Our coach believed in us and made us (believe) in ourselves.

    7. They had a fine house (build) two years ago.

    8. They convinced her (travel) to London to improve her English.

    9. She has her hair (set) every Friday.

    10. I had a friend (do) it for me.

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