Activity | Fluent City
Writing Skills: Unit 1 Lesson 2: Passive Causative English (Level 3)
Watch the video.
Change the sentences so they use the structure "have something done" or "get something done".
1. I washed my car. (have)
2. I cut my hair. (get)
3. I typed the documents. (have)
4. I fixed the printer. (get)
5. I cut the grass. (have)
6. I painted the outer office. (get)
7. I repaired my watch. (have)
8. I cleaned the air ducts. (get)
Change the sentences so that they use the structure “have someone do something” or “get someone to do something”. Start with “I”.
1. The welder connected the steel beams. (have)
2. The driver picked us up. (have)
3. John arrived on time. (get)
4. The mechanic fixed the brakes. (have)
5. The leader explained the new schedule. (have)
6. The nurse took your temperature. (have)
7. The wholesaler gave me a discount. (get)
8. My colleague helped me write the report. (get)
9. The contractor delivered the materials. (have)

Video Information

General Details

  • Eric Varca for Fluent City
  • CEFR Level of Vocabulary: B2
  • CEFR Level of Grammar: B1

Verb forms used:

  • 1 passive voice