Nov 10, 2016

UNIT 31 • Must and have to

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  • Complete these sentences with ‘must’ or ‘have to’ (in the correct form). Sometimes it is possible to use either; sometimes only ‘have to’ is possible. Select all correct answers.
    • It’s later than I thought. I  . . . 
      have to
      go now.
      • must
      • have to
      • has to

    • Jack left before the end of the meeting. He  . . . 
      had to
      go home early.
      • had to
      • must
      • have to

    • In Britain many children  . . . 
      have to
      wear uniform when they go to school.
      • have to
      • must
      • has to

    • When you come to London again, you  . . . 
      must
      come and see us.
      • must
      • have to
      • had to

    • Last night Don became ill suddenly. We  . . . 
      had to
      call a doctor.
      • have to
      • must
      • had to

    • You really  . . . 
      must
      work harder if you want to pass the examination.
      • have to
      • must
      • has to

    • I’m afraid I can’t come tomorrow. I  . . . 
      have to
      work late.
      • have to
      • must
      • had to

    • I’m sorry I couldn’t come yesterday. I  . . . 
      have to
      work late.
      • have to
      • had to
      • must

    • Paul doesn’t like his new job. Sometimes he  . . . 
      has to
      work at weekends.
      • have to
      • must
      • has to

    • Caroline may  . . . 
      have to
      go away next week.
      • have to
      • had to
      • must

    • We couldn’t repair the car ourselves. We  . . . 
      had to
      take it to a garage.
      • have to
      • had to
      • must

    • Julia wears glasses. She  . . . 
      has had to
      wear glasses since she was very young.
      • has to
      • has had to
      • must

  • Make questions with ‘have to’.
    • I had to go to hospital last week.
      Why

      • I have to get up early tomorrow.
        Why early?

        • Ann has to go somewhere now.
          Where

          • George had to pay a parking fine yesterday.
            How much

            • I had to wait a long time for the bus.
              How long

              • I have to phone my sister now.
                Why

                • Paul has to leave soon.
                  What time

                • Complete these sentences using ‘don’t / doesn’t / didn’t have to …’ + one of these verbs:

                  do       ○      get up       ○      go       ○      go       ○      pay       ○      shave       ○      wait       ○      work
                  • I’m not working tomorrow, so I too early.
                    The car park is free-you to park your car there.
                    I went to the bank this morning. There was no queue, so I
                    Sally is extremely rich. She
                    We’ve got plenty of time. We yet.
                    Jack has got a beard, so he
                    I’m not particularly busy. I’ve got a few things to do but I them now.
                    A man was slightly injured in the accident but he to hospital.

                  • Complete these sentences with ‘mustn’t’ or ‘don’t / doesn’t have to’.
                    • I don’t want anyone to know. You  . . . 
                      mustn’t
                      tell anyone.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • He  . . . 
                      doesn’t have to
                      wear a suit to work but he usually does.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • I can stay in bed tomorrow morning because I  . . . 
                      don’t have to
                      go to work.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • Whatever you do, you  . . . 
                      mustn’t
                      touch that switch. It’s very dangerous.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • There’s a lift in the building, so we  . . . 
                      don’t have to
                      climb the stairs.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • You  . . . 
                      mustn’t
                      forget what I told you. It’s very important.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • Sue  . . . 
                      doesn’t have to
                      get up early. She gets up early because she wants to,
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • Don’t make so much noise. We  . . . 
                      mustn’t
                      wake the baby.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • I  . . . 
                      mustn’t
                      eat too much. I’m supposed to be on a diet.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

                    • You  . . . 
                      don’t have to
                      be a good player to enjoy a game of tennis.
                      • mustn’t
                      • don’t have to
                      • doesn’t have to

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