The Causative Verbs "Get" & "Have"

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This English grammar lesson focuses on two causative verbs: get and have. Dan explains the three patterns you'll use to ask someone to do something for you.

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at 10:04, shouldn't that be 'i had my cottage broken into' because i heard i also heard you saying it.
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at 8:07, shouldn't it be only 'Mark always has his hair cut by the same hairdresser' because the second verb is not in the infinitive?
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at 7:01, can you explain 'i get my car fixed at that garage?'. shouldn't that be in the infinitive because it is 'get someone to do something'? wouldn't that be the same for 'i've never had my hair dyed'?
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