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Causative Verbs

Causitive verbs are difficult for English language learners because many languages don’t use this type of construction. The causative form means that someone other than ourselves does something for us. Often, we¬†make an arrangement with a professional to do it. A causative verb can be in any tense and is always followed by a second verb. If you have questions about how to use the causative verbs you can watch our video here. Try the quiz below.

  1. I'm going to at the Bella Chic Salon today.
  2. She at the bar last night and she tracked it to a local hotel.
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