Your shoes are shining:
You must have mended your shoes.
You must have your shoes mended.
This was the question given in an examination.
Most students and some teachers found the question difficult because of the structure.
I don't think this is a difficult question for students whose mother-tongue is English. However, I would like to clarify my doubt.
My question is:
Do students of native English speaking countries find the sentences difficult like the students In India unless the structure is explained?