We use causative verbs to show that someone or something caused something to happen. Causative verbs are: get, have, make, let and help.
But for the baccalaureate students, you will be asked to use “have”
Causative 1: Have something done:
This means that someone does something for you because you pay or ask them to do it, but you don’t say who this person is.
We have two cases:
1 – positive:
He repaired his car himself. This becomes in the causative form:
He didn’t have his car repaired.
2 – Negative :
He didn’t repair his car himself. This becomes in the causative form:
He had his car repaired.