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    Causative

    Hello everyone.

    Could anyone write me exactly what "I have something happen" is? It does not fall into any Causative category I know (have something done/ have somebody do something/ have somebody doing).

    Thank you.

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    Re: Causative

    It's not a form I'd use, but it seems similar to 'make something happen'.

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