The causative

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4 years 8 months
Age: 11-17
Level: Intermediate
Language: English (en)
ID: 1027869
24/05/2021
Country code: LT
Country: Lithuania
School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL) (1061958)
Main content: Causative: have something done (2011344)
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Causative (have something done)

Other contents:
Passive voice
Worksheet description:
Objective:
This worksheet aims to help students understand and practice the causative form in English, specifically focusing on "have something done." By rewriting sentences using the causative form, students will enhance their ability to communicate actions done for them by others.

Content Overview:
The main content of this worksheet is centered around the causative form, where the structure "have + object + past participle" is utilized. Students will practice rewriting sentences using the given word to create causative sentences. This exercise will reinforce their understanding of how to express having something done by someone else.

Language and Educational Level Context:
Tailored for students learning English as a Second Language (ESL), this worksheet is designed for intermediate learners who want to improve their grasp of causative structures. The language used in the instructions and exercises is accessible and appropriate for students at this educational level, ensuring that they can effectively engage with the material and enhance their language skills.

Subject Relevance:
Aligned with the ESL curriculum, this worksheet provides a practical application of causative structures in English. Understanding how to use the causative form is essential for communicating actions that are performed by others on someone's behalf. By mastering this concept, students can effectively convey different scenarios where they have something done by another person.

Instructions:
The instructions guide students on how to form causative sentences using the structure "have + object + past participle." Through a series of sentence rewriting exercises, students practice transforming sentences to convey actions done by others for them. By following the examples provided and applying the causative form, students can improve their proficiency in using this grammatical structure accurately in spoken and written English.

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The causative

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