Workbook p. 33
- You should wear something warmer.
- He shouldn’t be so shy.
- I must buy a hairbrush.
- I shouldn’t go to bed so late.
- We ought to ask someone.
- We must go and see it.
1 It’s a holiday tomorrow. We have to/don’t have to go to school.
2 Well, it’s your party. You have to / don’t have to invite people you don’t like.
3 Coffee isn’t free here. You have to /don’t have to pay for it.
4 Just your surname is O K. You have to / don’t have to write your full name.
5 Well, those are the rules – you have to / don’t have to be sixteen to be allowed in.
TOM: Why do I have to go to bed now? Sally doesn’t have to, and she’s only two years older than me.
DAD: That’s right. But Sally has to get up at seven o’clock to go to school. You do.
TOM: Only because you say so. It only takes me fifteen minutes to get dressed and have breakfast.
MUM: But you have to have a shower too, remember.
TOM: OK, twenty minutes. But I have to leave the house until 7.50. So, I could get up at 7.30. And so, I don’t have to go to bed now.
MUM: All right, but remember-it’s me who have to deal with you when you’re tired and irritable in the morning!