Complete The Sentences With Have To, Don’t Have To, Must, Mustn’t, Should, Or Shouldn’t.

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Sentence Quizzes & Trivia

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  • 1. 

    Great! It’s a holiday tomorrow – we ________ go to work.

    Since it is a holiday tomorrow, there is no obligation or requirement for us to go to work. Therefore, we don't have to go to work.

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  • 2. 

    I need your advice. Where do you think we ________stay in London, in a hotel or a bed and breakfast?

    The word "should" is the correct answer because it is used to express advice or recommendations. In this context, the speaker is seeking advice on where to stay in London, indicating that they are looking for a suggestion or recommendation. Therefore, "should" fits appropriately in the sentence to convey this meaning.

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  • 3. 

    There are hungry crocodiles in that river. You________ swim in it!

    The correct answer is "shouldn't" and "mustn't" because both words convey the same meaning of prohibition or advice against swimming in the river due to the presence of hungry crocodiles. "Shouldn't" implies a recommendation or suggestion not to swim, while "mustn't" indicates a stronger prohibition or requirement to not swim in the river.

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  • 4. 

    It’s a great film. You ________ see it.

    The correct answer is "must, should" because both "must" and "should" convey a strong recommendation or obligation. In this context, the speaker is emphasizing the importance of watching the film, suggesting that it is highly recommended or necessary to do so. Both words imply a sense of urgency or importance in experiencing the film.

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  • 5. 

    You ________ talk loudly on your mobile in a restaurant. It’s bad manners.

    Talking loudly on a mobile phone in a restaurant is considered impolite and disrespectful. Therefore, the appropriate behavior is to refrain from doing so. The word "shouldn't" indicates the correct response as it implies that it is not recommended or advisable to engage in such behavior.

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  • 6. 

    You ________ drive on the right in Europe (except in the UK).

    In Europe, it is a requirement to drive on the right side of the road, except in the UK where driving on the left side is the norm. Both "have to" and "must" express obligation or necessity, which accurately convey the requirement to drive on the right side in Europe.

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  • 7. 

    You ________ pay to get into that exhibition – it’s free.

    The phrase "don't have to" indicates that there is no requirement or obligation to pay in order to enter the exhibition. It implies that entry is free of charge and there is no need to spend any money.

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