CAUSATIVE FORM (HAVE SOMETHING DONE)

Quiz

HAVE SOMETHING DONE

We use HAVE/GET + OBJECT + PAST PARTICIPLE to say that we arrange for someone else to do something for us.

EXAMPLE : Janis took her trousers to the cleaner's : Janis HAD her trousers CLEANED
I'm mending my motorbike : I' M HAVING my motorbike MENDED
I check my daughter's homework every day : My daughter HAS her homework CHECKED every day

The verb to HAVE can be used in any VERB TENSE, either affirmative, negative or interrogative form.