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    Which of these sentences is grammatically corect? Why are incorrect the others?
    1. The barber will have Bob's hair cut.
    2. The barber will get Bob's hair cut.
    3. Bob will have the barber cut his hair.

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    Default Re: Which is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by victorbort View Post
    Which of these sentences is grammatically correct? Why are incorrect the others incorrect?
    1. The barber will have Bob's hair cut.
    2. The barber will get Bob's hair cut.
    3. Bob will have the barber cut his hair.
    All are grammatically acceptable, though the first two are highly unlikely. The barber is more likely to cut Bob's hair than to have/get it cut.

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    Default Re: Which is correct?

    I am totally with you ,victorbort . The three sentences are correct but the third sentence is the best.
    Thanks victorbort for paying attention to the wrong form of the first questions:
    Which of these sentences is grammatically corect? Why are incorrect the others?
    Which of these sentences is grammatically correct? Why are the others incorrect?

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