字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi everyone. Tom here from BBC Learning English on I'm hit explained. Have something done. This is an expression we use when we pay someone to do something for us. Full example. I have my hair cut at the headdresses. If I cut my own hair, it would look terrible. The expression uses have on object on the action which is done to the object on the action is always in the past participle form. We can also use the expression in the past. For example, I had my clothes clean yesterday whilst I was at work. How about you? Can you think of something that you have done regularly? Leave a comment below the video the practice.