could you please help me to understand the usage,if possible, of the following causative sentence.
would you please give me some examples?
I may be wrong, Yaseen, but what you described are not examples of causative sentences.
"I make my students study hard."
As you can see, when we use the verb 'make' it is an active sentence that doesn't use the past participle. It uses the present simple, in this case, study.
Causitives are semi-passive sentences and the normal verbs for these are get/have. There are two 'styles' for these, the first where there's a person known and important to the scenario,
get somebody to do something --> Get John to wash the dishes.
have somebody do something --> Have John wash the dishes.
get/have+something+past participle --> have/get something done.
I'm getting my oil changed.
I have my hair cut every two weeks.
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