1 I had it / this software installed.
2 They had it / the house painted.
3 I had it / this letter translated.
4 I am going to have it / this computer repaired.
1 had, 2 show, 3 have, 4 make / made / had / have, 5 let, 6 kept, 7 have, 8 make, 9 left, 10 have
1 ringing / ring, 2 happen / happening, 3 locking / lock, 4 crying, 5 crawling, 6 talk, 7 talking, 8 assembling / assemble, 9 arresting / arrest, 10 playing, 11 score / scoring, 12 raining,13 arrive / arriving, 14 waiting
1 I saw him leaving / leave the room.
2 I prefer you to stay at home tonight / this evening. / I would / had rather you stayed at home …
3 She felt someone / somebody touching / touch her.
4 I heard someone / somebody opening / open the window.
5 Did you hear / Have you heard him come / coming in?
6 I heard (that) he had passed his driving test.
7 You had better tell the truth.
8 We would / had rather live in a big / large town / city.
9 The woman did not dare to jump / dared not jump from the roof of the burning building.
10 He helped the old woman (to) cross the street.
11 I felt (that) she did not like me / disliked me.
12 What you can do is (to) phone / call the helpdesk.
13 Do you dare to ask her? / Dare you ask her?
14 They could not but realise / realize (that) it was too late.
15 How dare you call me a liar!
16 We had better leave tomorrow.
17 The only thing (that / which) they could do was (to) demonstrate.
18 Can / Could you help me (to) lift this refrigerator / fridge?
19 The first thing the police did was (to) look for witnesses.
20 You need not go yet. / You do not need to yet. / You do not have to go yet.
21 The only solution is to replace the hard disk.
In sentence A ‘heard’ expresses physical perception; in sentence B ‘heard’ expresses mental perception.
1 He had the secretary copy the report.
2 He had the letter signed.
3 I will have the mistakes in the contract corrected.
4 Could / Can you let us know as soon as possible what you have decided?
5 We have had the figures checked by a chartered accountant. / We had the figures checked by …
6 I will / shall have her translate the letter.
7 We are having a factory built in Poland at the moment. / At the moment we …
8 Let us discuss the proposal tomorrow.
9 I want to have my digital camera repaired / fixed.
10 The cold water made him shiver. / … caused him to shiver.
11 We are going to have an airconditioning system installed.
12 What made him commit fraud? / … caused him to commit …
13 We always have our books printed in Hong Kong.
14 Last week I had a lawyer draw up this contract. / … last week.
15 The sad story made her cry. / … caused her to cry …
16 The (real) estate agent showed us the house.
17 Last year he had a house built. / He … last year.
18 I am sorry (that) I have kept you waiting.
19 The bank robbers made her open the safe.
20 You have dropped your diary.
21 We intend to have an advertising campaign designed. / We plan to have … / We are planning to have …
22 Shall I have the agreement translated?
1 laugh: Make is followed by an object + bare infinitive when it means ‘cause’.
4 didn’t drive: had rather is used here to say that you prefer somebody else to do something. In this case it is followed by a past tense.
5 that he looked / was looking: A that-clause must be used after see when a state is expressed.
7 had better wait: if you want to give advice, you use ‘had better’ + bare infinitive.
8 felt an insect creeping: When ‘feel’ expresses ‘physical perception’, the object + -ing form is used when the speaker refers to the action as being in progress.
9 saw him crossing: When ‘see’ expresses ‘physical perception’, the -ing form is preferred when the speaker refers to the action as being in progress.
11 heard him opening / open: When ‘hear’ expresses ‘physical perception’, the object + bare infinitive or the object + -ing form is used.
14 is (to) ask: After a form of ‘be’, the bare infinitive or the to-infinitive can be used. The bare infinitive can only be used when the preceding part of the sentence contains a form of the verb do.
15 helped me (to) translate: After help, the bare infinitive or the to-infinitive can be used. object + bare infinitive or the object + -ing form is used.
Carrièrevrouwen moeten geen eitjes laten invriezen om kinderen uit te stellen. (of alternatieven, maar in ieder geval met: laten invriezen)
Fruit en groenten en laten je gemakkelijker ademen. / … zorgen ervoor dat je …
1 have; have, 2 makes