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Please fill the blank with "must" or "must not" and the appropriate verb to make a meaningful sentence.
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1. You ____ (smoke) at gas station. That is dangerous!
2. Robert ____ (have) a lot of free time. He always goes out with his friends every night.
3. I ____ (buy) a new fridge. The one I have is not working.
4. We ____ (drive) above 100 kilometers per hour because that can cause an accident.
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5. Interrogative - There is strong obligation
6. Interrogative - Something is necessary
7. Negative - Prohibition
8. Affrmative - Something is necessary
9. Which is the correct sentence? (Affirmative - We are sure about something, something is reasonably expected)
10. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate word in the correct form.
Must | must | must not/mustn't
You take photos in the cathedral.
She search for a student flat.
I be on time?
You serf the internet while working.
she buy a new car?
11. Affirmative - There is strong obligation
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12. We use must when there is strong obligation (affirmative, interrogative).
13. We use must when something is necessary (affirmative, interrogative).
14. We use must when prohibition (negative).
15. Must is a type of auxiliary modal verb used to express certainty, necessity or strong obligation which comes from outside, external factors.
16. We use must when we are sure about something, something is reasonably expected (affirmative).