Causative Verbs

Causative Verbs

You are going to Learn:
1 - Causative Definition
2 - Causative Verbs | Kinds
3 - Active | Causative Verb
-- Make
-- Get
-- Have
4 - Passive | Causative
5 - Conclusion

Causative Verbs | Definition:

" | A Word Showing When We Want Someone To Do Something |"

Example - (No 1)

Let's say you to want to have a new kitchen cupboard so call the carpenter and he does your work (Means take all the measurements , Makes the cupboard - Everything he does for you) so this is causative why because you are not doing this work but you are saying to something to do this for you


Example - (No 2)

Your car is very duty and you want to your car to be clearn so you have two ways first do it by yourself or go the shop where people do this work. Let's say so you decided to go the shop because you don't have time so go there and give them money and after 15 mins you see your clear car



So (What is Causative In this Sentence ) - "I Had My Car Wash" and it is telling that you didn't do this work by yourself but someone else did this work for you

Example - (No 3)

When you need a haircut so do you cut your hair by yourown or go to the barber's shop to get your hairs cut - so this is also causative why because you don't cut your hair by your own you give money to the barber and then he cuts your hair

Kinds:



We Have (2 Two) kinds of Causative Verbs
1) Active Causative Verbs - In Active Causative we done work from someone who is not professional

Active | Causative Verbs



  • Definition - "In Active Causative we done work from someone who is not professional"
For Example: Your Tire Has Punctured - Now in the middle of high way where you are not finding any Tire shop but you have your firend in your car so say them to change the Tire because you are so tired after driving . so you sit in the car and they change the tire for you - "In This Sentence You said to your friend and they worked for your so this is active causative why because someone else worked for you and they were not professional "
  1. Make - Active Causative Verbs
  2. Get - Active Causative Verbs
  3. Have - Active Causative Verbs

1) Make - Active Causative Verbs



Usages / Definitions:

Ex: They make us polish shoes - [ So in this examples they are arranging us to polish shoes but this is force means we are not doing this work for them in respect ]
Ex: She makes him clean her car - In this example she is arranging him to clearn her - means he clearns her car - he clearns her car because he is an office boy in her office and this is the compulsion for him to do this work
Ex: My Teacher made me to clearn the board - In this example my teacher arranged to clearn - means i cleaned the board not because i wanted to but because i have a respect for him and when he said me to do this i clearned Now we know all the usages of make now its time to learn how to make sentences .as you know before we start making any sentence we have to first understand the structure and before structure we have to see the tenses means in which tenses we can use make . so we have three tenses for make

Make - In Tenses:

  1. Present Tense - Make Causative
  2. Past Tense - Make Causative
  3. Future Tense - Make Causative
  4. Present Continuous Tense - Make Causative

Structure:

1) Subject = Means Who or what perform the action
-- Make = For [ Present Sentences ] - Ex: They make him polish the shoes
-- Made = For Past Sentences Ex: They made him polish the shoes
-- Will Make = For Future Sentences Ex: They will make him polish the shoes
-- Is / Am / Are - Making = For Present Continuous Sentences Ex: They are making him polish shoes
2) Obj (Somone ) = Like Any Noun , pronoun
3) Verb = A word which is used to indicate the act is called verb
4) Object = Object is noun or pronoun and tell the meaning of preposition

Example / Exercises:

  1. They make us polish shoes
  2. He makes us Laugh
  3. He are making her fool
  4. They made me understand
  5. I make them teach English
  6. She is making him ride a bike
  7. She makes him do

2) Get - Active Causative Verbs



Usage / Definition:

"To Persuade Somone to do Somthing"

Structure:

1) Subject = Means Who or what perform the action
-- Get = For Present Tense -
-- Got = For Past Tense -
2) Obj (Somone ) = Like Any Noun , pronoun
3) Verb = A word which is used to indicate the act is called verb
4) Object = Object is noun or pronoun and tell the meaning of preposition

Example / Exercises:

  1. They get us polish shoes
  2. He is getting us Laugh
  3. He gets her fool
  4. They are geting me understand
  5. I am getting them teach English
  6. She got him ride a bike
  7. She got him do
  8. They get me to do exercise

3) Have - Active Causative Verbs



Usage / Definition:

Structure:

1) Subject = Means Who or what perform the action
-- (Have) - Use for requesting someone to do something
2) Obj (Somone) = Like Any Noun , pronoun
3) Verb = A word which is used to indicate the act is called verb
4) Object = Object is noun or pronoun and tell the meaning of preposition

Example / Exercises:

  1. They have us polish shoes
  2. He has us Laugh
  3. He has her fool
  4. They have me understand
  5. I have them teach English
  6. She has him ride a bike
  7. She has him do
  8. They have me to do exercise

Passive Causative Verbs




Definition: "A word showing when you want someone to do something as a Professional Service"
Example: Let say you a problem in your eletric fan then you will call to an electrician and then you will come to your home and will eradicate your problem So this is passive causative because the person is professional he does this work day in and day out and you are getting professional service

Kinds:



Passive Causative Verbs




Structure:

Sub + Get/Have + Something + V3rd
Subject = Means Who or what perform the action
(Something ) = Like Any Noun , pronoun

Examples:

Normal Sentences Converted Sentences
1 - I Polish my shoes I get/have my shoes polished
2 - I Cut my Hair I have my Hair Cut
3 - I Wash my Car I get/have my Car Washed
4 - I repair Computer I get/have my Computer repaired
5 - She Operates Computer She get/have her Computer Operated

Conclusion:

So the Conclusion is that we use Causative Verbs when we want someone to do something and we have two kinds [ Active , Passive ] and we have structures to make sentences in tense . i hope you understood everyhing i have tired to teach you everything with best of my knowledge in the eaiest method ever in case of any problem kindly ask me i would love you give you answer Thank you ....