1. Jason and Robert have already bought (buy) a new computer.
2. The lights are turned off (turn off) by the teacher at the end of every day.
3. Greg was angry because he hadn't been informed (not inform) about the change in the timetable.
4. She is locking up (lock up) the offices now.
5. An announcement has been made (make) by the police in an hour.
6. Your mum has already called (already call) you twice.
What’s new in shopping these days? In the past, people (1) went (go) to the shops and (2) did (do) their shopping. Nowadays, different options (3) are offered (offer) to shoppers. Some people (4) order (order) from catalogues and the items (5) are sent (send) to them in the post or by messenger. Recently, people (6) have discovered (discover) online shopping. Almost anything can (7) be bought (buy) online. And you can (8) compare (compare) prices without getting up from your chair! These days, more and more shopping (9) are being done (do) online. But shop owners hope people (10) are continuing (continue) to go to the shops!
-Complete the sentences using the words in brackets.
1. My boss arranged to move the meeting to next week. (had)
My boss had arranged to move the meeting to next week.
2. An expert is upgrading my computer. (getting)
I’m getting upgraded my computer (by an expert)
Use have / get something done.
1. I ........................... the children................................... (pick up) because I was ill.
2. You should get the gardening done (do) before it rains.