Look at the following sentences :

(1) I employed someone to sweep my room.

= I had my room swept.

(2) He employed someone to cut his hair.

= He had his hair cut.

(3) I employed someone to clean my car.

= I had my car cleaned.

Similarly, how to make the following sentences?

Tell someone to bring it here.

= (Have ..................)

Tell someone to translate it into English.

= (Have.............)

Tell him to make another photograph.

= (Have...............)

Could anyone help me?
Gary, is this homework? If so, you need to try it first and we'll help. In fact, it's often best for you to just try it first anyway. But here's a sentence that may help you.

Have Jennfier give me a call when she returns, please.

(Also, usually you TAKE a photograph, not MAKE one.)
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(Also, usually you TAKE a photograph, not MAKE one.)

Unless you're just making another copy of it. But we'd need more context to get the real meaning, I suppose.

I was thinking of something like: Tell him to make another copy of the photograph. That would be OK, wouldn't it?

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Do we have to make sentence starting with HAVE. to me its not grammitically possible.

if it is thon please let us know
You use it for a command, request, wish or suggestion. To repeat:
Grammar GeekBut here's a sentence that may help you.

Have Jennfier give me a call when she returns, please.

Have yourself a merry little Christmas.

Have a good time at the party.

Have John look me up if he visits Philadelphia.
Grammar GeekGary, is this homework? If so, you need to try it first and we'll help. In fact, it's often best for you to just try it first anyway. But here's a sentence that may help you.

Have Jennfier give me a call when she returns, please.

(Also, usually you TAKE a photograph, not MAKE one.)

Ok, I am trying my best.

Tell someone to bring it here.

= Have it brought here.

Tell someone to translate it into English.

= Have it into English translated.

Tell him to make another photograph.

= Have another photograph made.

Is it right?
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Tell someone to bring it here. = Have it brought here. Good.

Tell someone to translate it into English. = Have it into English translated. Have it translated into English.

Tell him to make another photograph. = Have another photograph made. Or Have him make another photograph.
Ok

but do we use these kind of sentence in our day to day life.

because i never came across them
Yes, we do, but because it's often seen as a command, we tend to make it a little more polite.

Instead of "Have him make another copy," we say "Would you please have him make another copy for me when he has a chance?"

And instead of "have him" we may change it to "ask him." "Excuse me, could you ask [have] our waitress to come over when you see her?"
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