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Necessity

Exercise 3: Necessity

Choose the most appropriate answer for expressing the idea specified in parentheses.

1. It's getting late. I       go now. (Necessity) (Correct)(Incorrect)

It's getting late. I have to go now. (Necessity) (Correct)

2. Mike broke his leg yesterday. His leg is in a cast and he       use crutches for a month. (Necessity) (Correct)(Incorrect)

Mike broke his leg yesterday. His leg is in a cast and he will have to use crutches for a month. (Necessity) (Correct)

3. I       talk to Ann about it. (Necessity) (Correct)(Incorrect)

I have got to talk to Ann about it. (Necessity) (Correct)

4. She       to the bank yesterday. (Necessity) (Correct)(Incorrect)

She had to go to the bank yesterday. (Necessity) (Correct)

5. We can't just go away! We       help him! (Strong necessity) (Correct)(Incorrect)

We can't just go away! We must help him! (Strong necessity) (Correct)

6. Tomorrow is Sunday. I       go to school. (Absence of necessity) (Correct)(Incorrect)

Tomorrow is Sunday. I don't have to go to school. (Absence of necessity) (Correct)

7. You       go to the supermarket, there is enough food in the refrigerator. (Absence of necessity) (Correct)(Incorrect)

You don't need to go to the supermarket, there is enough food in the refrigerator. (Absence of necessity) (Correct)

8. She       work yesterday, so she spent the whole day in the park by the river. (Absence of necessity) (Correct)(Incorrect)

She didn't have to work yesterday, so she spent the whole day in the park by the river. (Absence of necessity) (Correct)

9. It's a secret. You       tell anyone about it. (Strong necessity NOT to do something / Prohibition) (Correct)(Incorrect)

It's a secret. You must not tell anyone about it. (Strong necessity NOT to do something / Prohibition) (Correct)

10. I       forget to call him today. (Strong necessity NOT to do something) (Correct)(Incorrect)

I must not forget to call him today. (Strong necessity NOT to do something) (Correct)

Your result: 00% correct.

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