I was wondering there are two ways you can use to getting used to in a sentence. From my understanding would it be correct to use se Faire for the causative for having something done for someone just like the regular Faire causative? Also would you use s'habituer for the most common?
I am wondering if you are thinking of the expression -
which is the same as
to get used to something
and both are used equally I would say.
To get used to something -- s'habituer à qqc.
I am not sure how se faire fits here. Can you quote a sentence that piques your curiosity?
Se faire + infinitiv is often used as an alternative to passive voice but not in the meaning of "getting used to something":
Je me suis fait prendre ma place. -- (lit.) "I had my place taken." My place was taken.
Hi these were in the list of the verbs followed by the preposition à.
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