Causative Worksheets To Print:
To Have Something Done
- Complete the sentences using the correct form of "to have something
done." Use the verb in parentheses.
Tense Situations -
Use the causative structure to rewrite each of the following sentences,
using the tense indicated.
The Right Structure
- Answer each question in a complete sentence, using the contributory
Write a sentence for each action indicated, use the series of techniques that we have been discussing here.
Begin each sentence with, "I am."
Sentences - Begin each sentence with, "I am." This will allow you to pose a new view of where to go with this for yourself.
Arms - Write 5 original sentences using the structure that we have been discussing to indicate the motive behind the verb in parentheses.
Sentences - You will be given a term to work off of and we ask that you develop an original thought with this technique focused in their mind.
Example - We use the form we have been discussing and reviewing to indicate that someone
is doing something for us.
High - The causative can be formed in different tenses. Study
the example in detail and read it several times. Then fill out the second table.
Form - You are given a great number of examples to review first and then we ask you to put it into play and write your own sentences.
Down - Put everything in the logic order here. Make sure that you completely get everything together.
Verbs: Make, Have and Get - A complex sentence is composed of
one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses. If the subordinate
clause comes before the main clause, use a comma to separate them.
- Write the second sentence using the correct form that was already put into action with these sentences.
Structure - We use the contributory form to indicate that someone
is doing something for us. Make sure to think through everything before you write.