FCE - Obligation, Necessity And Permission

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FCE - Obligation, Necessity And Permission - Quiz

Practise grammar and vocabulary from Objective FCE Unit 3.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Complete the following sentences using a suitable form of the verbs below. have to must need let permit In Britain you ..... drive on the left.

    Explanation
    In Britain, it is a requirement or a rule that you drive on the left side of the road. This means that it is necessary or obligatory for individuals to follow this specific rule while driving in the country. Therefore, the correct answers for completing the sentence are "have to" and "must."

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  • 2. 

    Complete the following sentences using a suitable form of the verbs below. have to must need let permit In some countries you ..... be 21 in order to drink in a bar.

    Explanation
    In some countries, there is a requirement that individuals must be 21 years old in order to drink in a bar. This means that it is necessary or obligatory for individuals to meet this age requirement in order to be allowed to consume alcohol in a bar setting.

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  • 3. 

    Complete the following sentences using a suitable form of the verbs below. have to must need let permit I´m going to stay in bed tomorrow morning as I ...... go to work.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "don't have to" or "don´t have to" because it indicates that the speaker is not obligated or required to go to work tomorrow morning. The phrase "don't have to" or "don´t have to" is used to express lack of necessity or obligation.

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  • 4. 

    Complete the following sentences using a suitable form of the verbs below. have to must need let permit 'I really think you ...... get your hair cut,' said Elizabeth's mother.

    Explanation
    Elizabeth's mother suggests that it is necessary for Elizabeth to get her hair cut. She believes that it is important or beneficial for Elizabeth to have her hair cut, possibly for reasons of hygiene or appearance. The phrase "need to" indicates that it is a requirement or obligation for Elizabeth to take this action.

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  • 5. 

    Complete the following sentences using a suitable form of the verbs below. have to must need let permit My sister didn't ....... me borrow her clothes when we were teenagers.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "let." In this sentence, the speaker is talking about their sister not allowing them to borrow her clothes when they were teenagers. The verb "let" is used to express permission or allowance, and in this case, it is used in the negative form to indicate that the sister did not give permission to borrow her clothes.

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  • 6. 

    Complete the following sentences using a suitable form of the verbs below. have to must need let permit Peter ..... get the bus home last night as the trains were on strike.

    Explanation
    Peter had to get the bus home last night as the trains were on strike. The phrase "had to" is used to express necessity or obligation. In this context, it indicates that Peter didn't have any other option but to take the bus because the trains were not running.

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  • 7. 

    Complete the following sentences using a suitable form of the verbs below. have to must need let permit You....bought me a new watch for my birthday, my old one works perfectly well.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "needn't have" or "needn´t have". This is because the speaker is expressing that buying a new watch was unnecessary because their old watch is still in good working condition. The phrase "needn't have" or "needn´t have" is used to indicate that something was not necessary or required in the past.

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  • 8. 

    Complete the following sentences using a suitable form of the verbs below. have to must need let permit Smoking ...... in government offices any more.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "isn't permitted, isn't permitted". This is because the sentence is talking about a rule or regulation regarding smoking in government offices. The verb "isn't permitted" indicates that smoking is not allowed or allowed anymore in government offices. The use of "isn't permitted" and "isn't permitted" in the answer options shows that both forms are correct and can be used interchangeably.

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