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Causative Verbs (p.2)

Causative forms can be in all tenses. The structure is similar to the passive voice structure using ‘to be’ verb to indicate the tense.

Present Simple: She gets her hair done. Present continuous: She is getting her hair done. Past Simple: She got her hair done. Past continuous: She was getting her hair done. Present perfect: She has gotten her hair done. Past Perfect: She had gotten her hair done. Past Perfect Continuous: She had been getting her hair done. Modal (present): She might get her hair done. Modal (past): She might have gotten her hair done.

  1. He always his hair cut twice a month.
  2. He can't speak to you at the moment he is his oil changed in his car.
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