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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 [GET] when person A wants person B to do something:
I'm going to get my brother to repair my car.
(Meaning: I want my brother to repair my car.)
My English teacher will get each student to make a presentation in class.
|First, I want the mechanic to change the oil.
(Example) First, I'll the mechanic the oil.
|Next, I want the brake specialist to inspect the brakes.
(1) Next, I'll the brake specialist the brakes.
|Then, I want someone at the
garage to check the tires.
(2) Then, I'll someone the tires.
|After that, I want the mechanic
to tune up the engine.
(3) After that, I'll the mechanic the engine.
|Next, I want the service station
attendants to wash my car.
(4) Next, I'll the attendants my car.
|After that, I want them to
clean the windows.
(5) After that, I'll them the windows.
|Finally, I want the service
station attendants to put fuel in my car.
(6) Finally, I'll them fuel in my car.
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