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    #1

    Post get someone to do something

    I am an ELT student in Turkey. I need to do a grammar lesson plan about ' get someone to do something ' until 29.05.2015
    but I cound't find adequate information.
    Which level is it?
    How can I start to lesson?
    Which examples can I give in order to teach?
    thanks in advance

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    #2

    Re: get someone to do something

    If you want information about the form, look for the term causative. This is an example of it. What level do you think it should be taught at?

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    #3

    Re: get someone to do something

    Thank you. It helped a lot.
    I think, it should be intermediate.
    Actually I could't create a context to start a lesson.

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