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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66778: Must have/ Had to
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    Must have/ Had to


    Complete the sentences using must have .... or had to.....



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    1. She looked pale and tired last Saturday. (To be ill) .

    2. He was driving around in a brand new Ferrari. (To marry a rich woman) .

    3. He had lost his keys and couldn't get inside the house. (To break the door open) .

    4. He jumped the lights and was caught by the police. (To pay a heavy fine) .

    5. Her baby had swallowed a marble. (To call for an ambulance) .

    6. She looked so happy when I saw her. (To find a new boy-friend) .

    7. They came late at the meeting. (To apologize) .

    8. They stained their clothes. (To clean them) .

    9. He came out first at the competition. (To be very lucky) .

    10. This dress is very pretty, don't you think? (To cost you a fortune) .









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