你知道 「have something done」 的用法嗎？比如，在表達 「換新髮型」 時就可以說：「have my hair done」。看本集 「一分鐘英語」，學這個表達的兩個用法。
Hi everyone, Tom here from BBC Learning English and I’m here to explain ‘have something done’.
This is an expression we use when we pay someone to do something for us.
For example, I have my hair cut at the hairdresser’s.
If I cut my own hair, it would look terrible!
The expression uses ‘have’, an object and the action which is done to the object.
And the action is always in past participle form.
We can also use the expression in the past.
For example, I had my clothes cleaned yesterday whilst I was at work.
Have (something) done
have + [object] + verb [past participle]
基本句型：have + 受詞 + 動詞（過去分詞）
1. We use the expression when we pay someone to do something for us.
- I have my hair cut at the hairdresser’s.
2. We can use the expression in the past.
- I had my clothes cleaned yesterday.