tolong buatkan contoh kalimat causative...
Have + object + verb 3 (past participle) - have something done
Have + object + infinitive -- have someone do something
1. We use causative when arranging for someone to do something for us.
o They had their car repaired. (They arranged for someone to repair it)
Compare: They repaired their car. (They did it themselves)
o I had my hair cut yesterday. (I went to the hairdresser)
Compare: I cut my hair yesterday. (I cut it myself)
2. We use causative when someone does something to us.
o Bill had his money stolen.
3. We can use have someone do something to talk about giving instructions or orders (more common in American English).
o I had my assistant type the report.
o I'll have my lawyer look into it.
1. Get is possible instead of have, usually in informal spoken English.
o I'm going to get my car fixed tomorrow.
I ask students to imagine they were rich and could have all sorts of things done for them, annoying everyday chores that nobody likes doing plus some luxury pampering that money allows for.
I give a few examples of my own:
I'd have my nails done once a week.
I'd have my garden weeded and my lawn mowed.
I'd have my bedroom redecorated in beautiful oriental sumptuous colours and fabrics.
I'd have the evening meal cooked by a professional cook.
I'd have my shopping done and the house cleaned from top to bottom every two days.
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Tri Raharjo, S.Pd