Causative have/get something done


Mind Map on Causative have/get something done, created by Celia Yáñez on 05/04/2014.
Celia Yáñez
Mind Map by Celia Yáñez, updated more than 1 year ago
Celia Yáñez
Created by Celia Yáñez over 9 years ago

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Causative have/get something done
  1. Uses
    1. Have something done
      1. Describe a service performed for us by someone else
        1. Ex: Sue is cutting her hair
          1. Ex: Sue is having her hair cut
        2. Get something done
          1. Informal spoken English
            1. Suggests more activity or effort
              1. A feeling that something must to be done
                1. I must go to the garage and get the car serviced
                2. In orders or imperatives
              2. Structure
                1. Have + Object + Past Participle
                  1. Get + Object + Past Participle
                  2. Form
                    1. Present Simple
                      1. I have / get my hair cut
                      2. Past Simple
                        1. I had /got my hair cut
                        2. Present Continous
                          1. I´m having / getting my hair cut
                          2. Past Continous
                            1. I was having /getting my hair cut
                            2. Present Perfect
                              1. I´ve had /got my hair cut
                              2. Past Perfect
                                1. I had had/got my hair cut
                                2. Will
                                  1. I will have /get my hair cut
                                  2. Must
                                    1. Imust have /get my hair cut
                                    2. Be going to
                                      1. I´m going to have /get my hair cut
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