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|Causatives are a common sentence structure in English.
They are used when a person causes another person to do something.
Use the causative [HAVE] when a person arranges for something to be done:
I'm going to have my car repaired.
(Meaning: I've arranged for my car to be repaired.)
My sister will have her hair cut.
|I already arranged for someone to make my dress.
(Example) I my dress .
|My sister has arranged to reserve the church for November 14th.
(1) My sister the church for November 14th.
|My fiance will arrange to rent a tuxedo to wear at the wedding.
(2) My fiance a tuxedo to wear at the wedding.
|My parents are going to arrange to decorate the church and reception hall with flowers.
(3) My parents the church and reception hall with flowers.
|My brother is arranging to book the band to play at the reception.
(4) My brother the band to play at the reception.
|My fiance's parents are arranging to design the wedding rings for us.
(5) My fiance's parents the wedding rings for us.
|We are asking a friend of ours to decorate the wedding cake.
(6) We the wedding cake by a friend of ours.
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