PRE-INTERMEDIATE, UNIT 8


ADDITIONAL GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY EXERCISES





Have to
Should
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D
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Have to & Should

Grammar

:

can, could, might, must, shall, should, will, would
  • "" . () to.

    She can drive.
    I must get my hair cut.
    You should tell the truth.

    IncorrectI can to swim.
    I must to go.
    CorrectI can swim.
    I must go.
  • do / does .

    Can she type?
    Should I go home?

    IncorrectDo you can type?
    CorrectCan you type?
  • . -s .

    He can dance very vell.
    She should try harder.
    It will rain soon.

    IncorrectHe cans dance.
    CorrectHe can dance.
  • not / n't.
    Don't / doesn't .

    I can't spell.
    I wouldn't like to be a teacher.
    You mustn't steal.

    IncorrectI don't can help you.
    CorrectI can help you.

    : will not = won't
    It won't rain tomorrow.

  • .
    can - could.

    I could swim when I was three.


Have to


Form

have
has
+ to + infinitive

have ""
(
do / does / did Simple Tense (Unit 1, Unit 2).

Positive and negative

I
We
You
They
have
don't have
to work hard.
He
She
It
has
doesn't have

Question

Do I
we
you
they
have to work hard?
Does he
she
it

Short answer

"Do you have to wear a uniform?"
"Yes, I do."

"Does he have to go now?"
"No, he doesn't."

.
have to had to, did didn't.

I had to get up early this morning.
Why did you have to work last weekend?
They liked the hotel because they didn't have to do any cooking.


Use

Have to -. - , , .

You have to have a driving licence if you want to drive a car.
( )
I have to start work at 8.00.
( )
The doctor says I have to do more exercise.
( )

Don't / doesn't have to ( , , ).

You don't have to do the washing-up. I've got a dishwasher.
She doesn't have to work on Mondays.

  1. Must . , must, , .

    I must get my hair cut.
    ( , )

  2. You must , , ( , ).

    You must see the Monet exhibition! It's wonderful!
    You must give me a ring when you're next time in town.


Should

Form

should + infinitive ( to)

should .

Positive and negative

I We You They ... should do more exercise.
souldn't tell lies.

Question

Should I (she, they ...) see a doctor?
Do you think I (he, we ...) should see a doctor?

Short answer

"Should I phone home?"
"Yes, you should."

"Should I buy a Mercedes Benz?"
"No, you shouldn't."

Use

Should , - . Should .

I should do more work.
( , , , must.)
You should do more work.
( , , .)
Do you think we should stop here?
( .)

Shouldn't -.

You shouldn't sit so close to the TV. It's bad for your eyes.


Should I think I don't think.

I think politicans should listen more.
I don't think people should get married until they're 21.


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