Must word order exercise

Must

Must - it is necessary to do something.
Mustn't - it is necessary not to do something
Must expresses the wishes or feelings of the speaker. It has only one tense form in the present.

Must and infinitive

Must is followed by the infinitive without to.

Must affirmative

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.

English Must need exercises

Mustn't or needn't? Fill in exercises - Things you needn't do at school and things you mustn't do at school - fill in exercises. Fill in needn't or mustn't.

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