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ADV2_15 - GRAMMAR
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    Obligation, permission and prohibition
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  • You ______ eat too many sweets. They're bad for your teeth. - a) don't have to - b) aren't supposed to
    b) aren't supposed to
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  • He ______ buy a new tablet. He already had one. - a) had better - b) didn't need to
    b) didn't need to
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  • We ______ eat in the library. It's against the rules. a) are not allowed to - b) had better
    a) are not allowed to
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  • My parents don't _______ to use my computer after 8 p.m. They don't want me to be on it all night. - a) let me - b) allow me
    b) allow me
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  • We ________ turn off our phones in school. We can't use them in class. - a) have to - b) don't have to
    a) have to
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  • You ______ spend all evening texting your friends. Do something else instead. - a) shouldn't - b) had better
    a) shouldn't
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  • "You have to wear a hat and scarf today. It's cold." - My mom ______ me wear a hat and scarf today. - a) made - b) didn't let me
    a) made
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  • "You have to get to school early tomorrow. Practice begins at 7 a.m." - I _______ be late to school tomorrow morning. - a) had better - b) must not
    b) must not
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  • "You can't bring your dog into this restaurant." - We ______ take our dog into the restaurant. - a) aren't allowed to - b) had better
    a) aren't allowed to
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  • "I really need a new sweater. This one is too small." - I _____ buy a new sweater. - a) must not - b) had better
    b) had better
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  • "You can't go to the movies tonight." - My dad ______ us go to the movies last night. - a) didn't let me - b) didn't have to
    a) didn't let me
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  • "It wasn't necessary for me to borrow Tom's tablet." - Tom ______ lend me his tablet. - a) had better - b) didn't have to
    b) didn't have to
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