1) Mary had the gardener plant some yellow roses in the garden. HAVE + OBJECT + BARE INFINITIVE => ASK 2) She has had her shop's windows smashed in the riot. HAS + HAD + OBJECT + PAST PARTICIPLE (PRESENT PERFECT) => MISFORTUNE/ACCIDENT 3) I eventually got the boss to give me a pay rise. GET + OBJECT + TO + INFINITIVE => PERSUADE 4) He made us stay at his house instead of a hotel. MAKE + OBJECT + BARE INFINITIVE => INSIST 5) I had my laptop stolen while I was looking the other way. HAD + OBJECT + PAST PARTICIPLE (PAST SIMPLE) => MISFORTUNE/ACCIDENT 6) I'll have the secretary make the appointment for Wednesday. HAVE + OBJECT + BARE INFINITIVE => ASK
We can use HAVE/GET SOMETHING DONE instead of the passive to express misfortunes or accidents: John's phone was stolen last night. John had his phone stolen last night.
GET + OBJECT + TO + INFINITIVE => PERSUADE/CONVINCE/ENCOURAGE SOMEONE TO DO SOMETHING: Maria persuaded Matt to drive her to the train station. Maria got Matt to drive her to the train station.
MAKE + OBJECT + BARE INFINITIVE => INSIST/FORCE/REQUIRE SOMEONE TO TAKE AN ACTION: The hijacker forced the crew to take off. The hijacker made the crew take off.
HAVE + OBJECT + BARE INFINITIVE => ASK/GIVE SOMEONE ELSE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO DO SOMETHING: The chairman asked his secretary to make copies of the report. The chairman had his secretary make copies of the report.