Mixed Modals of Obligation & Deduction

Mixed Modals of Obligation and Deduction Exercise

Multiple Choice Exercise

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Have to / Must / Should (B1 Intermediate)

Complete the gaps in the sentences with HAVE (GOT) TO, MUST and SHOULD

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OUGHT TO is another way of saying SHOULD.

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Grammar Rule: HAVE GOT TO is less formal than HAVE TO.

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Grammar Rule: Use ___________ ( don't have to / mustn't) when there is no obligation or need to do something.

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That bag is really nice! It __________ (must have been / had to have been) very expensive!

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Which modal verb below is stronger?

She ______ (has to / must) study for her exam tomorrow.

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If you want to learn English grammar, you ___________ (should / must) do some grammar exercises.

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Do you think we _________ (should / ought to) book a taxi for the airport?

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When I saw the doctor, he told me that I _________ (had to / must) take the medicine for 5 days.  It's very important.

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You ___________ (mustn't / can't / don't have to) park here. It is not allowed.

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He knows all the football players and match results. He _______ (must / should) watch a lot of football.

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You ________ (don't have to / shouldn't) drink more than 3 cups of coffee a day.

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He _________ (doesn't have to / mustn't) eat any milk products. He is allergic to milk.

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I __________ (have got to / have to ) do my homework.

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You _________ (have to / should) wear a seatbelt when driving.

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Grammar Rule: It is possible to use CAN'T / NOT ALLOWED TO instead of mustn't.

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I lost my handbag at the café in the airport. It wasn't there when I went to find it. Someone _________ (must have taken / had to have taken) it.

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She ___________ (doesn't have to / mustn't) go to the party if she doesn't want to.

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You ___________ (don't have to / mustn't) hurry. You have plenty of time before your flight.

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Doctors and nurses _________ (have to / should) work at night sometimes.

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He ____________ (mustn't / doesn't have to) wear a uniform to work.

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In my country, you _________ (have to / should ) be 18 years old to drive a car.

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His car is in front of his house. He _______ (must be / has to be) home.

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When you get sick, you ________ (should / must) drink a glass of hot water with honey and vinegar.

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I _________ (mustn't / don't have to) do any homework today. The homework we have is for next Friday.

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You _________ (don't have to / mustn't) use your telephone when driving.

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Grammar Rule: Use ___________ ( don't have to / mustn't) to say that something is prohibited or not allowed.

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You _________ (don't have to / mustn't) use the internet when you are on the plane.

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I'm getting fat. I _______ (must / have to) start going to the gym again.

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We _________ (don't have to / mustn't) book the train tickets in advance. We can buy them at the station.

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In many situations, you can use both MUST or HAVE TO. For example: I must / have to study.

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Complete the rule. Use HAVE TO for …...............

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Emma hasn't visited Ashley yet. She _________ (mustn't / hasn't to) know she is in hospital.

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Grammar Rule: HAVE GOT TO means the same as HAVE TO.

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The children ____________ (should / have to) wear a uniform to school.

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