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The key answer of exercise 46.4

The key to exercise solutions in chapter Unit 46 - Have something done for the textbook English Grammar in Use with authors Raymond Murphy from Cambridge University Press


Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences. Use the structure have something done.

Now use ‘have something done’ with its second meaning (see Section D)


  1. We’re having the house painted
  2. have another key made 
  3. you had your hair cut 
  4. Do you have a newspaper delivered 
  5. we're having a garage built 
  6. Have you had the washing machine fixed / Did you have the washing machine fixed 
  7. have your ears pierced 
  8. had his nose broken
  9. She had her credit cards stolen. 
  10. We all had our bags searched.