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'must' and 'needn't'

  00 must - English Grammar

  01 The verb 'must'

  02 The verb 'must'

  03 Sentences with  must

  04 Sentences with  must

  05 Write Sentences mustn't

  06 needn't make sentences

  07 must, mustn't, needn't

  08 must, mustn't, needn't

 

English Tenses

Simple Present Tense

Simple Past Tense

Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future 1

Future Perfect

Going-to-Future

 

Progressive Tenses

Present Progressive

Past Progressive

Present Perfect Progr.

Past Perfect Progressive

Future 1 Progressive

Future Perfect Progressive

 

Comparison of Tenses

If clauses - Conditional

Active Passive exercises

Reported Speech

 

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Must and needn't with Grammar Rules

Must and needn't - Learning English

 

Must and mustn't

 

must

 

Use always must to say it is necessary to do something.

Use  mustn't to say it is necessary not to do something.

 

Examples: 

 

It is necessary to stop the car.

 

I must stop the car.

You must stop the car

He / She / It must stop the car.

We must stop the car.

You must stop the car.

They must stop the car.

Examples: 

It is necessary not to stop the car.

 

I mustn't stop the car.

You mustn't stop the car

He / She / It mustn't stop the car.

We mustn't stop the car.

You mustn't stop the car.

They mustn't stop the car

 

needn't

 

Use needn't when there is no obligation.

 

I (you, he, she, it, we, you, they) needn't run.

 

You needn't. go to the cinema (, but you can if you want).

 

After needn't (infinitive) of another verb.

 

Examples:

I needn't stop the car     (, but I can if you want).

You needn't stop the car

He / She / It needn't stop the car.

We needn't stop the car.

You needn't stop the car.

They needn't stop the car.

 


  English Tenses exercises

  Simple Present Tense

  Simple Past Tense

  Present Perfect

  Past Perfect

  Simple Future - Will Future

  Going-to-Future

  Continuous Tenses

  Comparison of Tenses

  Active and Passive Voice

  If clauses - conditionals

  Reported Speech

 

English articles - definite and indefinite articles with exercises

Indefinite articles a or an. - Article with exercises in English. Use a or an when you say what a thing or a person is. Indefinite article a and indefinite article an. Definite articles and indefinite articles.

 
 
 

 
 
           
 

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