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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120726: Be allowed to - Have to
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    Be allowed to - Have to

    You have to choose the appropriate negative or positive form of "be allowed to" or "have to" in each of the given sentences.


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    1. In Britain, you drive a car when you're seventeen.

    2. You get a special two-year driving licence before you can start.

    3. When you're learning, someone with a full licence always be in the car with you,

    4. because you take the car on the road alone.

    5. Before you have a full licence,

    6. you take a driving test. You can take a test in your own car.

    7. In the test, you drive around for about half an hour and then answer a few questions.

    8. If you don't pass the test, you take it again a few weeks later if you want to.

    9. You go to a driving school --- a friend can teach you.

    10. Before 1904, everyone drive, even children.

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