Friday, August 10, 2012

Causative get exercise

This exercise is really just to test test out a generator program I've just published. It is taken from an earlier post on get - Getting versatile.
prepare   ·  painted   ·  manicured   ·  fitted   ·  teach   ·  check   ·  install   ·  looked   ·  installed   ·  look   ·  built   ·  look after  
Click and Drop click on a word or phrase in the box above and then on the appropriate gap.
1.Could you get somebody to my account, please?
2.We're getting a new washing machine .
3.She got her nails yesterday.
4.She got somebody to her dog while she was on holiday.
5.They're getting a conservatory onto their house.
6.He's getting winter tyres to his car.
7.They're getting a builder to solar panels on their roof.
8.I'll get the chef to something special for the occasion.
9.We got an electrician to come and at the wiring.
10.She's getting a friend to her to drive. Bad idea!
11.He got his garden at by a landscape architect.
12.We're getting our car in psychedelic colours. - Cool!
This exercise (1) has been made using a free generator and script at Random Idea English

1 comment:

Shahzaib Khan said...

Wow very nice and informative post about Causative Verbs in English Grammar. I will recommend my friend about this post his grammar is terrible.