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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #14439: Mustn't / don't have to
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    Mustn't / don't have to


    Mustn't do something ==> it's necessary not to do it.
    Example: fire is dangerous. you mustn't play with it.
    Don't have to do something ==> you don't need to do it but if you want, you can.
    Example: you don't have to tell me everything.

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    1. Whatever you do, you touch that switch.It's very dangerous.

    2. I don't want anyone to know ; you tell anyone.

    3. He wear a suit to work but he usually does.

    4. I can stay in bed tomorrow morning because I go to work.

    5. There's a lift in the building, so she climb the stairs.

    6. You forget what I told you. It's very important.

    7. Sue get up early. She gets up early because she wants to.

    8. Don't make so much noise. We wake the baby.

    9. I eat too much. I'm supposed to be on a diet.

    10. You be a good player to enjoy a game of tennis.









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