Grammar Video : Quick Review
Comprehension Questions
Answer the following questions about the conversation.
Grammar Practice
Complete the gaps with the words listed below.
must • should • have
shouldn't • must not
  1. You repeat this to anyone. It is a secret.
  2. You take an umbrella. It might rain.
  3. You to get a visa.
  4. You pay in cash. They do not take credit cards.
  5. You smoke. It is bad for your health.
Modals: Necessity and Suggestion - Must, Should, Have to
Ann is asking Tom for advice on going to Russia. It is her first time to travel abroad.

Use this link to download the audio

To download the audio just right click and save the audio to your computer.

Grammar Notes

Point 1 : We use 'must' to stress necessity for very important things.
  1. You must have a driving license before you take the car out.
  2. Must I have a passport to travel abroad?
Point 2 : We use 'should' to make suggestions.
  1. You should take some warm clothes.
  2. You shouldn’t forget to take a hat.
Point 3 : We use 'have to' for necessity and to stress a suggestion.
  1. You have to get a visa. (necessity)
  2. You have to get out of your room! (strong suggestion)
Point 4 : If a verb follows a modal verb, it will always be in the base form (V1).
  1. You have to get a visa.
  2. You should remember to see my aunt.