Homework: MUST vs HAVE TO

must do, mustn't do, have to do, don't have to do...


One of the English languageā€™s many confusing verb pairs, MUST and HAVE TO can be a particularly difficult one to understand. Given the respective roles they play in expressing obligation, prohibition, and lack of necessity, however, it is vital that students are able to distinguish between the two and that they know how to construct them correctly.

The exercises in this homework sheet help students practise this tricky duo in a variety of ways.

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