Fill in the gaps with must; mustn't; have to, don't have to /

Fill in the gaps with must; mustn't; have to, don't have to /
doesn't have to and the verbs visit, touch, go, buy, learn, be polite, walk.
1. I ... to my guests.
2. You ... her books. She'll be very angry.
3. You ... me a new bicycle. My old one is very good.
4. You ... your granny. She'll be very happy to see you.
5. I ... to the shop and buy a warm jacket.
6. Mother ... the dog. We always do it.
7. You ... this song by heart. Your teacher won't ask you to sing it.

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2013-12-01T19:55:30+04:00

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Fill in the gaps with must; mustn't; have to, don't have to /Fill in the gaps with must; mustn't; have to, don't have to / 
doesn't have to and the verbs visit, touch, go, buy, learn, be polite, walk. 
1.    I  
have to visit to my guests.
2.    You mustn't touch her books. She'll be very angry.
3.    You don't have
 to buy me a new bicycle. My old one is very good.
4.    You must be polite your granny. She'll be very happy to see you.
5.    I  
have to go to the shop and buy a warm jacket.
6.    Mother 
have to walk the dog. We always do it.
7.    You haven't learn this song by heart. Your teacher won't ask you to sing it.