Something many of my students confuse is the difference between doing something and having something done. Let’s look at this example.
I cut my hair.
Did you do it yourself or did you go to the hairdresser?
As for me, I can’t cut my own hair (It would look terrible if I tried to) so I go to a hairdresser and have my hair cut for me.
I had my hair cut yesterday
So, when we have or get something done, this means someone is doing something for us.
Now, let’s practice with some examples: