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Have sthg done

 

This structure is used : (1) when you arrange for someone to do something for you. (2) when something happens to something you own or a part of you. This is often something bad. Examples (1) (1) Vicky had her hair cut - A hairdresser cut Vicky's hair. Compare with : Vicky c...Read more

 

The following ESL resources are available for Have sthg done:

 
 
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Have sthg done / passive report structures (901)
Ten-question multiple-choice quiz.
 
 

 

Causative have / get something done (1235)
Ten question short-answer quiz
 
 

 

 
 
 
 

General English course books (adults)

Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate book cover 

Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate 

Vaughan Jones   Susan Kay   
 
Unit 9 Attraction  Page 81 
(1) Examples and analysis
(2) Short gapped article on Cindy Jackson (woman who has changed her appearance through cosmetic surgery)
(3) Word ordering exercise
(4) Speaking - 'Where's the best place in town to get (your hair etc) done?'

 
 
New Cutting Edge Upper Intermediate students' book book cover 

New Cutting Edge Upper Intermediate students' book 

Peter Moore   Sarah Cunningham   
 
Module 4 The mind  Page 47   Language focus
Short reading, analysis and follow up exercises for have / get sthg done
 
Consolidation module 1 - 4  Page 51   Passives with have and get
Listening comprehension
 
 

Grammar books with exercises

Developing Grammar in Context book cover 

Developing Grammar in Context 

Mark Nettle   Diana Hopkins   
 
28 Get / have something done  Pages 163 - 167
 
 

General English adult course resource packs

Reward Intermediate Resource Pack book cover 

Reward Intermediate Resource Pack 

Susan Kay   
 
29 Do it yourself  Page 29 
Have sthg done vs do sthg yourself. Picture prompts.
 
 

ESL lesson plans

How Donald Trump got rich: a tale of three Trumps

US Election ESL worksheet 1 Donald Trump ESL worksheet 2 Donald Trump worksheet 3 Donald Trump ESL worksheet 4 Donald Trump ESL worksheet 5 Donald Trump ESL worksheet 6
B1 / B2 Complete lesson Skills: split reading; discussion; role play Vocabulary: business and economics

Download A Tale of Three Trumps for B1/B2 (PDF)
C1 Complete lesson Skills: split reading; discussion; Grammar: participle clauses

Download A Tale of Three Trumps for C1 (PDF)
 

US Election Special 2016

US Election ESL worksheet 1 US Election ESL worksheet 2 US Election ESL worksheet 3 US Election ESL worksheet 4
B2/C1 Complete lesson Vocabulary: politics, elections; skills: discussing elections and issues.

Download Politics and the US Election (PDF)
 

Wear high heels or go home: gender discrimination at work

Gender descrimination ESL worksheet 1 Gender descrimination ESL worksheet 2 Gender descrimination ESL worksheet 3
B2/C1 Complete lesson Vocabulary work clothes; skills: gender discrimination; grammar: reported speech.

Download Workplace gender discrimination (PDF)
 

English grammar notes

Comparison with as...as

Comprehensive grammar reference notes, illustrated.
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