Friday, 11 March 2016

FILM REVIEW - INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

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Tuesday, 8 March 2016

MODAL VERBS - MUST - HAVE TO - INTERMEDIO LEVEL



PRESENT SIMPLE
HAVE TO / HAS TO
( also have got to…)
 General (external) obligation / rules / laws
Some external circumstance makes the obligation necessary
Impersonal ‘you’ – ( ‘you’ mean ‘people in general’)
MUST
Your own obligation / personal obligation / rules
Some personal circumstance makes the obligation necessary (and the speaker almost certainly agrees with the obligation.)
DON’T HAVE TO
DOESN’T HAVE TO
(also haven’t got to …)
 It is not necessary / there is no obligation
MUSTN’T
Prohibition



EXAMPLES IN THE AFFIRMATIVE AND PRESENT:
I must stop smoking. (I want to.)
I have to stop smoking. (Doctor's orders)

This is a terrible party. We really must go home.
This is a lovely party, but we've (got) to go home because of the baby-sitter.

Must you wear dirty old jeans all the time? (Is it personally important for you?)
Do you have to wear a tie at work? (Is there a regulation?)