Category: Modal verbs

Mustn't or didn't have to?

Put an appropriate modal verb in a correct tense.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. You help us, but you can if you want to.2. I re-take my exam if I pass it now.3. She claims she work today.4. Keep it to yourself. You tell anybody about it.5. Sorry, but you park here.6. You touch this switch!7. It be a big event. A small party will be enough.8. Yeterday we pay for the access.9. You smoke in this building.10. I'm sick and I eat any meat.11. I'll see to everything. You worry.12. We work late today.13. If you are to drive, you drink any alcohol.14. I visit her, but I felt lonely so I decided to come round.15. This photo is very important for me. You lose it.