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CAUSATIVE
 
to have + object (something) + the past participle
We use this structure to say that we arrange for someone else to do something for us. Past Participle comes after the object.
 
***      I'm having my hair cut this afternoon.
***      Did you have your washing machine repaired ?
***      They will have the roof painted in the summer.
 
to get + object (something) + the past participle
We use get something done instead of have something done mainly in informal spoken English.
***      I got the door mended yesterday.
***      Get your eyes tested, (use get for orders)
 
to have + someone/something + base form
 
***      She had the garage service her car.
***      He had Mary type the letter.
 
to get + object (someone) + infinitive
It means that someone persuades someone else to do something.
 
***      They will get the electrician to fix the lamp tomorrow.
***      I got my father to buy a new car.
 
to make + object (someone) + base form
can mean cause :                   ***      He made her feel sad.
can mean force :                    ***      Bill's father made him stay at home.
***      She made Bill type the letter.
***      Do they make you stay at school late ?
 
                                   to have + object (something) + the past participle
                                   to get + object (something) + the past participle
                                   to have + object (something / someone) + base form
                                   to get + object (someone) + infinitive
                                   to make + object (someone) + base form
 
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