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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #49193: Modal verb : must / have to
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    Modal verb : must / have to


    Must is a modal auxiliary.

     

     

    It can be replaced by 'have to':

     

    Future : He will have to work hard if he wants to pass his exam.

    Present perfect: She has had to hurry up.

     

    We can use 'have got to ' in a more familiar language or for limited actions:

    I have got to buy some bread. (only today)

    I have to buy bread on my way home. (everyday)

     

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    Obligation:

    He must work hard if he wants to pass his exam.

    Deduction:

    She is late; she must have missed her bus.

     





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    1. He says he finish his homework by tomorrow.

    2. Kate's line is engaged, she be talking to her mother.

    3. My mother told me I not forget to buy some bread.

    4. He is in a hurry with his work; he give the report by tomorrow morning.

    5. You to cook all the cakes Tom, there are still a lot of them in the kitchen.

    6. I can't hear Tim any more, he be asleep.

    7. If they want to buy a bigger house next year they to save money.

    8. The washing-machine has been repaired, we to buy a new one.

    9. You cross the street, the traffic light is still green.

    10. I know what happened ! He it was my birthday.









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