Besides indicating the change of the position, we can also use “把” sentence to indicate the result or influence of the action on the object. Below are some patterns on it.
Subject + 把 + Object + Verb（+ 一/了）+ Verb
We combine verb reduplication with “把” sentence to soften the mood and seriousness and usually the action isn’t going to take long. For single-syllabic verbs, we can also insert “一” or “了” .
你再把教室打扫打扫。(Nǐ zài bǎ jiàoshì dásǎo dásǎo.) You clean the classroom again.
你把地扫一扫，我把桌子擦一擦。(Nǐ bǎ dì sǎo yì sǎo, wǒ bǎ zhuōzi cā yì cā.) You sweep the floor while I will clean the table.
他把衣服晒了晒，放进箱子里。(Tā bǎ yīfu shàile shài, fànɡjìn xiānɡzilǐ.) He put garments out in the sun and then put them in the box.
Subject + 把 + Object（+ 给）+ Verb + 了/着
“给” is optional here to emphasize the verb when in use. Here “了” after the verb indicates the completion of the action while “着” expresses the continuity of the state of the action.
他把学过的生词都（给）忘了。(Tā bǎ xuéɡuo de shēnɡcí dōu (ɡěi) wànɡle.) He forgot all words which he has already learnt.
他拿不动，你帮他把这些东西（给）拿着。(Tā ná bú dònɡ, nǐ bānɡ tā bǎ zhèxiē dōnɡxi (ɡěi) názhe.) You help him to carry these things because he can’t carry them.
你别忘了把护照（给）带着。(Nǐ bié wànɡle bǎ hùzhào (ɡěi) dàizhe.) Don’t forget to bring you passport.
Subject + 把 + Object + Verb + Time Complement / Quantitative Complement
After verb, we can use time complement or quantitative complement to indicate time, quantity or frequency of the action from the subject on the object.
老师把他批评了一顿。(Lǎoshī bǎ tā pīpínɡ le yí dùn.) The teacher criticized him.
你把灯开一下。(Nǐ bǎ dēnɡ kāi yí xià.) You turn on the light.
他把这个问题认真地考虑了好几天。(Tā bǎ zhèɡe wèntí rènzhēn de kǎolǜle hǎo jǐ tiān.) He has considered this question for several days.
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