Causative Forms : To have / get something done, Ettirgen

” HAVE ” İLE ETTİRGENLİK

1 –  Yds Özel Ders Merkezi ( Bireysel – Yds Özel Ders )
2 –  Yds Özel Ders Merkezi ( 4 kişi Grup – Yds Özel Ders )

Birebir yds özel ders alarak veya 4 kişilik gruplara katılarak yds sınavı hazırlık programlarında başarıyı bizimle yakalayabilirsiniz.

Onur is having his shoes polished.
= Onur is getting his shoes polished.

Onur is not polishing his shoes himslef, somebody is polishing them for him (in return for money)
As seen above, causative structures express an action that is done for us by someone else as we have asked, persuaded or paid money.

Exercise 1.  Put the words into the correct order to make causative sentences.
 
1  this bicycle / a new one / you’d beter / rather than / have / buy / repaired.
   You’d beter have this bicycle repaired rather than buy a new one.
2  next year / having / the officals / the historic library / thinking of / restored / are.
3  have / the padlock / must / on the gate / replaced /we.
4  his vines / is / the farmer / have / pruned / going to?
5  week / had / his cotton / picked / last / my uncle.
6  have / should / you / of your car / changed / as soon as possible / the oil.
7  cleaned / have / they / their chimneys / next month / will.
8  hoed / you / the garden / going to / when / have / are?
9  years / planted / how many / ago / did / your parents / have / these orange trees?
10  the questions / is / having / the teacher / at the moment / duplicated?

Exercise 2.
  Rewrite these sentences, using a causative form.

1  Somebody will whitewash our house next month.
2  Somebody has washed my car today.
3  Someone is going to translate this passage for me.
4  A dentist extracted Marys problem tooth yesterday.
5  When did the optician check your eyes?
6  They havent serviced our car yet.
7  He hasnt mown the grass in our garden yet.
8  I want someone to clean my house.
9  I paid someone to repair my tape recorder last week.
10  When did they last check you ears?
11  Someone lengthened Peters jacket.
12  The barber cut my hair yesterday.

 

Causative Forms : To have / get something done
Causative Forms : To have / get something done

 

Exercise 3.  Rewrite these sentences using have or get in the correct form with the past participle to make causative forms.

1  They call a woman to wash their clothes once a week.
   They have their clothes washed once a week.
2  Somebody whitewashed our house.
3  Somebody repaired my shoes.
4  I want someone to translate this letter into Turkish for me.
5  The barber cut Yılmaz’s hair yesterday.
6  This wood must be chopped. I’ll tell somebody to chop it for us.
7  I will tell him to repair my watch.
8  I’ll ask an Englishman to check my book.
9  I asked a tailor to pres my suit.
10  He found a man to pack the goods before moving into another house.
11  She asks a woman to clean the house once a month.
12  He asked someone to water the flowers in the garden.
13  Tell somebody to take the goods out.
14  Order someone to cover the walls with paper.
15  The patient wanted someone to take his X-ray.
16  A tailor made a suit for me last year.

Exercise 4.  Make sentences with the given words, as shown.

1  They / trees along the street. (plant)
   They will have trees planted along the street.
2  He / a school / here. (build)

3  They / a new postage stamp. (print)
4  We / the dirty carpets. (clean)
5  I / a table fort he kitchen. (make)
6  They / the dogs / in the street. (kill)
7  I / with DDT / trees. (spray)
8  She / the armchairs. (re-cover)
9  They / this castle. (restore)
10  He / a well / in his garden. (dig)

Causative Forms : To have / get something done
Causative Forms : To have / get something done


Exercise 5 .
  Make causative sentences, using the words given together with the suitabla tense of have.

1  Erol / his car / wash / once a week.
2  We / our house / whitewash and paint / last year.
3  She / her dress / dry-clean / now.
4  How often / your shoes / polish?
5  When / you / last / your computer / service?
6  How often / you / your eyes / test?
7  When / you / last / your car / service?
8  Do you want / a garage / build by your house?
9  Are yu thinking of / your car / paint?
10  you / air conditioning / install / in your house / next year?
11  you / your car oil / change / next week?

Exercise 6.  Complete these sentences in causative forms, using the words given together with those of your own.

prune / test / widen / wash / pull out / iron / check / shorten / pick / repair

1  Your car is very dirty. You must ………………………
2  This shirt is too long for you. You should ………………………..
3  Your trousers are creased. You’ better ………………………
4  You have bad eyesight. You should ………………..
5  The roof fo the house has started to leak. You must ………………….
6  Since this narrow road cant carry this heavy traffic any longer, they will ………………….
7  There is something wrong with the engine of the car. I’m going to ………………
8  Now that the strawberries have ripened, my grandfather must ………………….
9  It is time to prune vines now. My uncle must ………………….
10  The garden is stuffed with  weeds. It is necessary to ………………

Exercise 7.  Complete the sentences meaningfully with your own words.

1  Your bicycle is falling to pices, you should ……………………
2  I have had a severe tootache for two weeks, I had better ………………..
3  Your trousers are very creased, you ought to …………………
4  Hasan’s hair is too long, he must ……………………
5  Our car is breaking down very often nowadays, we had better ……………….
6  The branches of your vines are too long, I advies you to ……………………
7  Ayse’s eyes are itching very badly, she should …………………….
8  This knife doesnt cut well any longer, you ought to ……………
9  This padlock doesnt work any longer, we must ………………..
10  There are a lot of scratches on your car, you had better ………………..

Exercise 8 .  Answer these questions in causative form, using the words in brackets.

1  What are you going to have done tomorrow? (repair/my car)
2  When will your brother have his eyes tasted? (on Tuesday)
3  What time did you get your tooth extracted? (at ten a.m)
4  Has Jane already had her hair done= (no/not yet)
5  Where did you last have your car serviced? (in İzmir)
6  Who cuts you grass? (the attendant)
7  Do the Cartes have their house painted every year? (no/every other year)
8  How often does George get his hair cut? (once/a month)
9  Can I have my shoes shined around here? (yes/over there)
10  Should Adam have his teeth checked every three months? (no/once a year)

 

Causative Forms : To have / get something done
Causative Forms : To have / get something done