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