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THE CAUSATIVE VERBS HAVE AND LET
In order to express the notion of having someone else do something for you, use a form of have + the main
—I’m having my mail forwarded.
(Someone else is forwarding it for you.)
—I had my house painted.
(Someone painted it for you.)
NOTE: The -ed form (past participle) is used after have to give a passive meaning.
Let in a causative sense means to permit:
—Please let me help you.
—Don’t let them leave!
Do not use an infinitive after let. USING SHOULD
One of the meanings of the modal auxiliary should is advisability:
—You should leave right now.
—They should fill out this form.
You can also express the same idea using either ought to or had better:
—You ought to leave right now.
(You had better leave....)
—They ought to fill out this f...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2014 for the course ENG 99 taught by Professor Michal during the Winter '13 term at CSU Sacramento.
- Winter '13