Causative Quizzes & Trivia
Change the following sentences into the causative form:
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A causative verb is a verb used to indicate that some person or thing makes something happen. Do you have a good idea on how to identify these types of verbs? Take this quiz on causative verbs that you’re meant to fail...
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Sample QuestionIn the future, the company will not let its part-time and temporary employees_____ overtime.
Make sentences with the causative have for these situations. Use the correct tense. Look at the example. Example: Bart’s windows were dirty, but he didn’t have time to clean them himself. Last Saturday, Tom had...
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Sample QuestionMost of the patient visits ---- to physician assistants in the recent years all around he world.
Tip: when there is an auxiliary verb involved (must, could, should, â€¦) just copy that verb and add â€˜haveâ€™.example: We could repair your car =>I could have my car repaired.
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Sample QuestionI have my brother …. my car right now.
In unit 2.9 we covered the use of Causative Verbs: Make, Have, and Get in the English language. These are types of verbs that show the reason why something occurred. Test your usage and knowledge of causative nouns by taking...
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