Upper-intermediate grammar exercise: have something done
Have something done: exercise
English grammar practice exercise, upper-intermediate level.
This exercise gives you practice using the structure have something done.
We use have + object + past participle to say that we didn’t do something ourselves, but asked or instructed someone to do it for us.
We often use it to talk about services we pay for.
Look at the pairs of sentences. Use the words in brackets to complete each second sentence with a have + object + past participle structure to give it the same meaning as the first sentence.