Sunday, 1 June 2014

Have + Noun + Participle (Have Something Done)

You are going to practise the construction Have + Noun + Participle (Have Something Done)





Discuss
What's the difference?
  1. She cuts her hair.
  2. She has her hair cut.


Answer.
In the 2nd sentence someone does the job for her




Speak
Look at the pictures and make sentences using the construction Have + Noun + Participle






Practise
Drag and drop the words to make a sentence. There are 10 sentences.





Write
How many things do you have done by others?
Make a list.




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