گرامر سببی 3 Causative grammar 3 English language

Causative Grammar 3

Causative Grammar 3

Hello to all the companions of Farsad Language Institute and all those who are eager to learn English language and English grammar. Today we are with you with another topic of English language grammar called causative grammar 3.

Background Information

Please watch the previous episodes of the causative grammar before watching video of this causative grammar 3 and write down and review the points mentioned in the previous two videos and try to create examples using this grammar. You can also share your examples with us in the comments section, so we can correct them for you if you make any mistake. To see the previous sections, go down to the end of this article in the related articles section.

Causative grammar 3

In these sentences, the person does not directly perform the action but asks someone to do it for him. In this section, we will examine that this grammar has two forms. The first form is Passive and the second form is Active.

Today we are going to examine the latter form of this grammar. In this case, we state the name of the person who does the task for us. Join us to explore causative grammar 3 with Professor Farsad and learn new tips about this widely used grammar.

First, watch this video:


گرامر سببی 3

We talked about causative grammar in this episode, video 3. We said:

  1. Use the two verbs “Get” and “Have”
  2. Bring the work or something someone does for us
  3. Omit the agent (it might not be that necessary to be mentioned)
  4. Use the third form of the verb (P.P).


For example:

  • I got the hairdresser to cut my hair. (active)
  • I got (omit the agent) my hair (the work) cut (P.P). (passive)
  • I got him to wash my car.
  • I got (omit the agent) my car (the work) washed (P.P).
  • I got them to clean my house (causative active).
  • I got my house cleaned. (causative passive)

In the active voice, we say the name of the person assigned to do the job.

I got Ali to cut my hair.

I got Micheal to wash my car.

I got my hairdresser to curl my hair.

When using “Get” according to this English grammar, you must bring “To” after the agent who does the work.

For example:

I got Michel to clean my house

Well done.

I hope you have watched this video, and have written down all the tips and hints mentioned in relation to the causative grammar in this video. Don’t forget to review these points on a daily basis and to use them in your daily conversations. Share your examples with us.

What was said:

In this article, we talked about causative grammar 3 and passed on the useful tips using this grammatical structure.

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