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Must you go? (past negative advice / regret) 3. I’m not sure where my wife is at the moment. I have to submit my project by tomorrow. I must go now. Los verbos modales: “can't have" / "must have" / "might have” Verb conjugation practice Contenido de suscripción. Modals With Passive Voice 1 / 2 14. 2. Can vs Could Exercise 4. It _____ have cost a fortune! 4 0 obj Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99192: Should/ have to/ must > Other English exercises on the same topic: Modals [ Change theme ] > Similar tests: - Modal : may/might - Placement test 1 - Modal can (video) - Modal verb : must / have to - Modal : can/could - Must / Have to - Modal verbs - Modal verbs 5-6-7 Mustn't vs Don't Have to Exercises 1 / 2 / 3 8-9-10 Must vs Have to / Has to Exercises 1 / 2 / 3 11. Modals Review. : Don’t have to = Mustn’t Mustn’t=it is prohibited, you cannot do it You mustn’t speak with your mouth full. Mixed modal verbs exercises intermediate level esl. We have to be there early 3. Modal verbs: can, must, mustn't, should, have to Students match the rules from the grammar guide with pictures and sentences; they then do a multiple choice exercise and finish with a gap filling exercise based on pictures. … 3 You get offended, he may have forgotten to ring you up. 2. "You should have called him." 6 Listen, please. Modal Verbs of Obligation Exercise A Check through the different uses. You may not speak during this exam. » Modals of Necessity » Exercise; Modals of Necessity 1 - Must, Have got to, Have to Choose the correct answer for each sentence. �kRtҸ���8f�R��*lgg��Z��e��c;�� \%�Ⓟk�Y��X�f!�G����>"7g��˔�jTd�喅Sc��rH�N�k�^��2��s��2Q�. 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We use have to / must / should + infinitive to talk about obligation, things that are necessary to do, or to give advice about things that are a good idea to do. Must and have to are both used for obligation and are often quite similar. 4 He could be French, judging by his accent. stream It is used to describe something that the speaker thinks is necessary to do. ���[���d.�8G#|d� ���8��!E7Bl�eo��毟��׏�? We make negatives, questions and short answers like this: You mustn’t go. She MIGHT be at her dance class. "You should have gone to the doctor’s." Modals Exercises 2. Students have to complete the sentences with the affirmative or … endobj TYPE USE MODAL VERB EXAMPLES NOTES 1 obligation have to María has to go to Rome must You must see a doctor Must expresses more urgency than have to She had to see a doctor Must is only used in the present simple. You don’t have to pay 5. endobj Can Can't Exercises 5-6-7 Mustn't vs Don't Have to Exercises 1 / 2 / 3 8-9-10 Must vs Have to / Has to Exercises 1 / 2 / 3 11. Should exercises. I'm on my way. Fill in the blanks using MUST, MUSTN’T, DON’T HAVE TO, SHOULD, SHOULDN’T, MIGHT, CAN, CAN’T ! MUST and MUSTN’T (necessity) Must Mustn’t (Must not) Use must when you mean ‘have to’ do something – and it is very important to do it. They have won hundreds of cups! topic: Basic Modals Exercise 1 For each sentence, choose the modal (should, can, must) that is most appropriate. You must eat less candy. This should vs. must test will help you practice English modal verbs, especially modals for obligation. We use them with the base form of the verb, modals create verbal phrases. Should / shouldn’t 6. should 7. shouldn’t 8. should 9. should 10. shouldn’t 11. should 12. Subject Exercises: 1.