Programme 1 - Planet Schule

EXTRA English 22
Haunting at Halloween
Grammatik und Übungen
Must / mustn’t, have to / don’t have to
We use must / mustn't to indicate the law or a strong obligation.
You must drive on the left.
You must pass an examination to enter the college.
You mustn't smoke in class.
You mustn't turn left at the lights.
Must and have to have more or less the same meaning.
You have to beware of black hair and the number three.
You have to drive on the left.
However, mustn't and don't have to are different. Don’t have to indicates that
something isn't necessary.
I don't have to pass an examination to enter the college.
A. Complete these sentences with must / mustn't or have (has) to / don't (doesn't)
have to.
1. We ___
______ pay for tickets, the concert is free.
2. I ____
_______ go and get some petrol.
3. My English cousin ________
4. We _____
_ do military service – it isn't compulsory there.
_ _____ get to school early tomorrow, the exam starts at 8 am.
_____ drive so fast – you're breaking the speed limit!
5. You ______
______ use a dictionary during the exam – it's against the rules!
6. You _____
Should / shouldn’t
We use should to give advice or make a suggestion.
Bernard, I really don't think that you should be on the roof.
You shouldn't smoke.
She should see the new James Bond film – it’s great!
A. Complete these sentences using should or shouldn’t.
1. That's a very bad cough, you _____________________________________________ .
2. It's raining, you ______________________________________________ in the street.
3. 20 cigarettes a day? You ________________________________________________ .
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EXTRA English 22
Haunting at Halloween
Grammatik und Übungen
4. You ___________________________________ make fun of Bernard, he's very upset.
5. Bernard _____________________ allow his cat to walk around the building – she gets
lost easily.
Should have
We use should have and shouldn't have to give advice or make a suggestion about
an action in the past.
He’s the man. He should’ve gone. (= But he didn’t go.)
She shouldn’t have gone. (But she did go.)
A. Complete these sentences with a past suggestion using the verb in brackets.
1. Nick was very nervous. Hector ____________________________ (tell) the ghost story.
2. You ate all the chocolates! You ____
______________________ (give) some to me!
3. You were very rude to the traffic warden. You _______
___ (do) that!
4. They were late for the concert. They ______________________ (catch) an earlier train.
5. Why did you drive past that girl? We ____________________ (give) her a lift in our car.
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