Read the Learn this! box. What examples of have something done can you find in the article in exercise 2?
LEARN THIS! have something done
a You can use the structure have + object + past participle to say that you arranged for somebody to do something for you. (You did not do it yourself.)
She had her hair dyed.
I haven't had my eyes tested for years.
b You can also use the structure for unpleasant things that somebody or something has done to you.
He had his nose broken in a rugby game.