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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124176: Modals
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    Modals


    Reminder :
    1- We use affirmative forms of 'must and have to' to express obligation.
    Example : You must start from here. Do I have to start from here ?
    2- We use "must not / mustn't" to express prohibition.
    Example : You mustn't switch on the computer before quiting the program.
    3- We use need not /needn't and don't/doesn't have to to say that there is no obligation to do something.
    Example : You needn't/don't have to send a message, just call them.
    Note : There is not past form of must. We use had to and did not/ didn't have to to express obligation and absence of obligation in the past.
    Example : I missed the bus yesterday. So I had to walk to school.

    Fill the sentences with " must" or " mustn't "  in the right form. 

     



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    1. You park your car here. You will be fined if you do.

    2. Peter wear a tie to go to the office, which really annoys him.

    3. Mark, you do your homework immediately or I will get really angry with you.

    4. You eat so much junk food. it's bad for your health.

    5. I phone Paul tonight; it's been a long time since I last spoke to him.

    6. People fish in this river; it's polluted and it could be dangerous if they caught a fish and ate it.

    7. You obey the school rules if you don't want to get into trouble.

    8. I want you to tell me the truth. You lie to me or I won't be able to help you.

    9. If you are allergic to pollen, you have flowers at home.

    10. We play better. It's very important for us to win the match today.









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