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Grammar




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  1. Grammar
  2. Grammar
  3. Grammar
  4. Grammar and Meaning: Recognizing clauses
  5. Grammar in Use
  6. GRAMMAR PRACTICE SECTION
  7. GRAMMAR PRACTICE SECTION
  8. GRAMMAR PRACTICE SECTION
  9. GRAMMAR PRACTICE SECTION

Must / have to / mustnt / dont have to / neednt

Must our own decision   Have to decisions taken by other people.   Have to for tenses and forms that are not possible with must. Mustnt - prohibition Neednt / dont need decision was made by the speaker Dont have to the speaker reports someone elses decision. I mustlearn English. You mustcome back before 10 p.m. We have toget up very early to be at school on time. I have towrite two essays by Monday. I had togo to bed early last night. I hate having toget up early. You mustntleave the class during the test. You needntcome before 9 oclock.   He says we dont have tocome before 9 oclock.

1. Fill in must or have to.

1. You study hard to know English well.

2. It looks like raining. You take your raincoat.

3. The students do their homework regularly.

4. He stay at home. His mother is ill.

5. You tell her this news. She is waiting for it.

2. Fill in have to, has to, dont / doesnt have to, didnt have to, had to or wont have to.

1. Its Sunday tomorrow so I get up early.

2. Theres no school tomorrow, so the children go to bed early.

3. We went to a restaurant yesterday, so we cook.

4. Lucy feels better now, so she take the medicine.

5. It was very cold yesterday so I wear a coat.

6. She wear glasses or else she cant read.

7. I cant go out tonight. I study for my exam.

3. Fill in the gaps with mustnt or neednt.

A teacher is speaking to his students before a test.

You are going to have a test today. Your test papers are on your desks. You begin until I tell you. You hurry; you have plenty of time. You speak during the test. You copy your friends work and you open any of your books. You write in pen; if you prefer you can write in pencil. You stay when you are finished; you can leave if you want to, but you be noisy. When you leave you wait for your friends outside the classroom. Wait outside the building! Finally, I wish you all good luck. You can begin now!

Complete the tag questions.

a) Steve is a vet,? b) They are not farmers, ? c) You have no pets, ? d) Your cousin has a parrot, ? e) Jane is speaking on the telephone, ..? f) They usually spend their holidays in the Caucasus, ? g) His friend lives in Paris, ? h) My sister didnt study English at school, .? i) My mother bought a new suit, ?

Module 4



Unit 7

Daily Routines

Vocabulary

7.1 Listen and repeat the times.

1:00 Its one oclock.

1:10 Its ten past one.

1:15 Its a quarter past one.

1:30 Its half past one.

1:40 Its twenty to two.

1:45 Its a quarter to two.

7.2 In pairs, ask and say the times.

A: What time is it?

B: Its seven oclock.

3:20 5:50 9:15 11:30 2:45 6:35 7:05

Note

- You can also use numbers to say the time. E.g. 9.15 nine fifteen.

- In Britain, the twenty-four-hour clock, e.g. 23:30, is only used for programmes, timetables and notices.

- 10 a.m. ten oclock in the morning

- 3 p.m. three oclock in the afternoon.

- 6 p.m. six oclock in the evening

- 11 p.m. eleven oclock at night

- Noon, midday 12:00 hours

- Midnight 24:00 hours.


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