Did you cut your hair or have your hair cut? Probably the latter. Learn to use “causative have” and stop making mistakes with the structure “have something done”. 🙂
With this post you will learn about 7 verbs which can be followed by both infinitive and -ing forms. You’ll understand the difference in meaning, and you will struggle no more. 🙂
Here’s another awesome quick post to help you know when to use “didn’t need to” or “needn’t have”. Learn the difference easily and quickly and never make a mistake again.
Read the following conversation and pay attention to the auxiliary verb “did“: John: (1)Did you watch last night’s game? Adam: Yeah! I (2)did. I bet you liked Rooney’s goal, (3)didn’t you? John: Oh, yes! It was great! But I actually preferred Van Persie’s goal. Adam:(4)Did you? But overall he (5)didn’t play well, (6)did he? John: No, not really….
English verbs are divided into State vs Action verbs. This has a series of implications when using them. Learn what they are here.