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Complete the sentences with the correct form of have someone do something.
- I (the doctor/check) my blood pressure at my last appointment.simple past (signal: at my last appointment)|had + person + infinitive
- You should (someone/look) at the hole in the roof.infinitive (signal: should)|have + person + infinitive
- Jo and Sam want to (a band/perform) at their wedding next month.infinitive (signal: want to)|have + person + infinitive
- They (a professional/plan) their last party, it was great.simple past (signal: the last party … was)|had + person + infinitive
- I can’t talk right now, I’ll (my assistant/call) you back.infinitive (signal: will)|have + person + infinitive
Complete the sentences using the passive structure have something done.
- I (my tyres/change) every year.simple present (signal: every year)|have + object + past participle
- My grandad (his hip/replace) a few years ago.simple past (signal: ago)|had + object + past participle
- I’d love to (my fortune/tell) one day.infinitive (signal: would love to)|have + object + past participle|irregular verb: tell-told-told
- I can do my own manicure, but I prefer (my nails/do) .gerund or infinitive with to (signal: prefer)|having/to have + object + past participle|irregular verb: do-did-done
- If I had the budget, I would (my wedding dress/make) by hand.infinitive (signal: would)|have + object + past participle|irregular verb: make-made-made
Rephrase the sentences using the correct form of get someone to do something as shown in the example.
- The kids did their homework.
→ I …………………………………… their homework. = I got the kids to do their homework.
- The dog stopped barking.
→ The trainer barking.simple past (signal: stopped)|got + person + infinitive with to
- My boss gave me a pay rise.
→ I me a pay rise.simple past (signal: gave)|got + person + infinitive with to
- Paul always does stupid things with his friends.
→ Paul’s friends always stupid things.simple present (signal: always does)|got + person + infinitive with to
- The salesperson reduced the price.
→ I the price.simple past (signal: reduced)|got + person + infinitive with to
- Liam has stopped smoking since he met James.
→ James smoking.present perfect simple (signal: has stopped, since)|has got + person + infinitive with to