HAVE and NOUN with
PAST PARTICIPLE



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HAVE and NOUN with PAST PARTICIPLE :



HAVE + noun / pronoun + past participle

1. I had my watch repaired.

2. I have my hair cut once a month.

3. You must have your watch mended.

4. We had our house painted last month.

5. This is spoiled. I must have a new one made.

6. You must have your trousers lengthened.

7. Let us have the knife sharpened.

8. I had my letters posted already.

9. Yesterday I had two teeth pulled.

10. I want to have my suit pressed.

11. Your shoes are dirty. You must have them cleaned.

12. I le is going to have his car polished.

13. I usually have my car washed once a week.

The structure HAVE SOMETHING DONE means CAUSE SOMETHING TO BE DONE. The word GET may be used in place of HAVE.

1. I got my watch repaired.

2. I get my hair cut once a month.

3. You must get your watch mended.

4. We got our house painted last month.

I have something done. This sentence may also mean….I undergo or suffer something.

1. I had my bicycle stolen.

2. Mr. Joshi had his leg broken in an accident.

3. King Charles II had his head cut off.

In this sense, HAVE cannot be replaced by GET.



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