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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #10593: Modals : Need
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    Modals : Need

    Turn the sentences into the negative form.

    If there is a tag :
    They must do their homework, mustn't they?
    Answer : They needn't do their homework, need they?

    If there is no tag:

    You may come tonight. You will see a beautiful movie.
    Answer : You mustn't come tonight. You will not see a beautiful movie.

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    1. These children must work harder, mustn't they ? ?

    2. You may use a calculator. It is allowed. .

    3. She may play on the river bank. It looks safe.

    4. We must hurry, mustn't we ? ?

    5. You must wear a hat, mustn't you ? ?

    6. I must lock all the doors, mustn't I ? ?

    7. The children may play now. Their mother has agreed.

    8. You must write to him every month, mustn't you ? ?

    9. She must apologize, mustn't she ? ?

    10. I may bring my dog. These people like dogs.

    11. You may go out after dinner. You will have time.

    12. He must phone the doctor, mustn't he ? ?

    13. They must attend all the lectures, mustn't they ? ?

    14. Little Dorrit may eat with her fingers. She is a baby.

    15. Mrs Doolittle must invite all her relatives, mustn't she ?

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