This exercise is part of a complete lesson on causative have / get something done / get someone to do something / have someone do something which is part of the Upper-Intermediate English Course.
Complete each of the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets. If you need to revise this grammar, check out the material here.
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I had my colleague you the documents last week. (send)
I couldn’t do the homework, so got my dad me. (help)
I had my suit for the job interview. (clean)
I’ll have the electrician at the lights while he’s here. (look)
I got my eyes yesterday and apparently I need glasses. (test)
This detective always gets the suspects to their crimes. (confess)
Penny can’t come to the phone right now, shall I get her you when she’s available? (call)
Have him to my office as soon as he arrives! (come)
You should talk to him. I can’t get him to me. (listen)
You should get your car , it sounds terrible. (fix)