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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113688: Mustn't or don't have to
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    Mustn't or don't have to


    Don't have  to  means  that  it is not  necessary for someone to do something  (absence of obligation).

    You  don't have  ( it's  not necessary ) to  study the whole poem  by heart : the first few lines will  be enough.

     

    Mustn't  conveys an order, an obligation .

    You mustn't smoke in  a hospital  (it is strictly forbidden).



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    1. You drink when you're driving . The police are very strict about it.
    2. You answer customers that way ; next time you do it, I'll fire you.
    3. You wear a uniform in Italian schools.
    4. You be rich to be happy.
    5. The party is informal. You wear a tie.
    6. You start before the gun is shot or you'll be disqualified.
    7. It's a secret. You tell anybody about it.
    8. The flight is a non-stop one : you change planes.
    9. My home is your home : you ask, make yourself comfortable.
    10. You be late : if you aren't here on time, we'll leave without you.








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