Here is a very good presentation about the passive voice and causative have and get. I hope you find it useful. At the end of the presentation you will find some links in case you want to do some more practise.
Here you have the document with the guidelines you need to do the project.
Good luck! =)
A TOURIST ATTRACTIONS QUESTIONNAIRE
Assignment: This project should be carried out at one of the top tourist attractions we can find in Madrid. You must interview two people and ask for permission to video-record the interview. If not, at least ask permission to record the sound. Do it in pairs. Some interviews will be published on the blog www.agr8tourblog4u.blogspot.com for educational purposes.
Aim: To use English as a tool for communication and to get to know the people who visit our country (nationalities, reasons for travelling, accommodation chosen, opinion about tourist attractions…)
Assessment criteria: It will be graded from 1 to 10 and will be part of the mark of the oral skills.
Deadline: By Friday 3rd February 2012. You will have to send me or hand in the files (with an extension I can see and listen to) and the transcription of the dialogues.
You can begin like this:
Good morning/afternoon/evening. I’m a student of Tourist Accommodation Management / Travel Agencies and Events Management / Tourism at Hotel Escuela High School, Madrid. We are doing a project about tourist attractions in Madrid. Would you mind answering a few questions? If you don’t mind, we would like to record the interview as a class practice. Thanks a lot.
Where are you from?
How long are you staying in Madrid?
What is the purpose of your visit?
Where are you staying (type of accommodation)?
What monuments or places have you visited so far?
Which one did you like most? Why?
Could you give us a short description that summarises its main features?
Did it fulfil your expectations? If not, why not?
From you point of view, which are the top five visitor attractions in Madrid?
Student recommends one or two more places to visit (one of them has to be a ‘natural attraction’).