How do we write "she will get it done" or "she will get it signed (by someone)"?

How do we write "she will get it done" or "she will get it signed (by someone)"?

Do we necessarily use "futur proche" e.g. elle va le faire ? However "elle va le signer" is not the same meaning. "Elle le fera signer" - would this be correct?
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AurélieKwiziq language super star
Bonjour Maloy ! For constructions such as "to have/get *something* done [by someone else]", you will use "faire faire *quelque chose*" in French, as follows: "Elle le fera signer. / Elle va le faire signer." (She'll get it signed.) Here's a link to our related lesson: Faire + L'Infinitif = to have something done (causative) I hope that's helpful ! À bientôt !
Merci beaucoup Aurélie!

How do we write "she will get it done" or "she will get it signed (by someone)"?

Do we necessarily use "futur proche" e.g. elle va le faire ? However "elle va le signer" is not the same meaning. "Elle le fera signer" - would this be correct?

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