Must vs Have to Exercise (A2 / Pre-intermediate)

A multiple-choice exercise to practise modals of obligation: must / mustn’t, have to / don’t have to

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Must vs Have to Exercise (A2 / Pre-intermediate)

Choose the correct form of the modal verbs MUST and HAVE TO to complete the gaps in the sentences.

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She went home early because she _____ to work last night.

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What does this sentence mean? You don't have to go now.

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Use _____ to say that something is NOT needed, necessary or required.

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You _____ use your phone when you are driving.

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You _____ speak English as often as you can.

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The food is free. We _____ pay .

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We _____ bring our telephone to school. The teacher will take it and won't give it back till the end of the year.

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Excuse me but I _____ make a phone call.

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______ buy an English grammar book?

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Use _____ to say that something is necessary or not necessary.

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We ____ eat or drink during our English lessons.

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I _____ drive to work. It takes too long on the bus.

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The English teacher said we ______ any work during the holidays.

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He _____ study more or we he won't pass his English exam.

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Use _____ to say that something is not allowed or prohibited.  For example: You ______ smoke inside the hospital.

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What _____ we have for lunch?

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It's getting late. We _____ go now.

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It's a secret. I don't want anyone to know. You _____ tell anyone.

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I _____ go now. I'm meeting a friend.

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The modal verb HAVE GOT TO is more common or typical in spoken English.

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You _____ shout. I can hear you!

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I _____ more English exercises to improve my grammar.

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We _____ wear a uniform when we were at school.

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The modal verb HAVE GOT TO is the same as HAVE TO.

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You _____ touch wild animals. It's dangerous.

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What does this sentence mean? You mustn't go now.

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She _____ to do her homework today. There's no school tomorrow.

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She _____ work tomorrow but she can if she wants.

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Use _____ for things we need to do that are important. For example: We _____ study for our exam.

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The doctor always tells me that I ______ smoke.

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You _____ drink and drive. It's very dangerous.

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You _____  pay to park the car here.

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You _____ to come to the party if you are tired. I can go on my own.

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The baby is sleeping. We _____ make any noise.

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We ____ go to work at 9a.m. We can't be late.

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He _____ pass the English exam or he be able to go to university.

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I broke my arm last year. ________ go to the hospital?

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We _____ do 5 English grammar exercises for homework.

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He _____ study more or we he won't pass his English exam.

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Use _____ for rules, regulations.

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