Mustn’t, Don’t have to

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Must, Mustn’t or Do(es)n’t have to?

MUST/HAVE TO = Debes/Tienes que hacerlo

MUSTN’T = No debes hacerlo

DO(ES)N’T HAVE TO = No tienes porque (no necesitas) hacerlo

Fill in the gaps:

1.If you want to learn English properly, you _______ do a lot of grammar, but you ________ listen and read a bit every day.

2.You ________ smoke in public buildings.

3.My brother _________ work tomorrow – he’s got a day off.

4.I’m getting fat! I ________ go on a diet!

5. You _______ eat popcorn in the cinema, if you don’t want to.

 

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1.If you want to learn English properly, you DON’T  HAVE TO do a lot of grammar, but you MUST listen and read a bit every day.  2.You MUSTN’T smoke in public buildings.  3.My brother DOESN’T HAVE TO work tomorrow – he’s got a day off.  4.I’m getting fat! I MUST go on a diet!  5. You DON’T HAVE TO eat popcorn in the cinema, if you don’t want to.

NOTE: ‘Must’ sounds stronger in comparison with ‘Have to’. Use ‘Must’ if you are a policeman, prison guard, or if you are telling yourself (‘I must get up early tomorrow’). If not, use ‘have to’