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  1. Tinirau
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    Question Grammatical terms for sentences with similar meanings.

    I am trying to find out what the grammatical term is for the difference in the following sentences.
    Any help gratefully appreciated.

    She cut her hair.
    She had her hair cut.

    Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet in the sixteenth century.
    Romeo and Juliet was written in the sixteenth century.

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    Re: Grammatical terms for sentences with similar meanings.

    She cut her hair. Indicative - simple past
    She had her hair cut. Causative

    Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet in the sixteenth century. Active - simple past
    Romeo and Juliet was written in the sixteenth century. Passive

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