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Expression "A holiday at school" #1 (permalink) Mon Apr 04, 2005 18:44 pm   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

Test No. incompl/elem-7 "Modals", question 7

They ......... do their homework today because it is a holiday at the school.

(a) must not
(b) don't have
(c) don't have to

Test No. incompl/elem-7 "Modals", answer 7

They don't have to do their homework today because it is a holiday at the school.

Correct answer: (c) don't have to

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A holiday at school #2 (permalink) Wed Apr 06, 2005 19:48 pm   A holiday at school
 

Yes, a holiday at school is the correct expression.

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Expression "A holiday at school" #3 (permalink) Wed Jun 04, 2008 2:04 am   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

why it's not use "must not"?
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Expression "A holiday at school" #4 (permalink) Wed Jun 04, 2008 10:19 am   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

"You must not do your homework" means you are not allowed to do your homework or that you don't have permission to do your homework.

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Expression "A holiday at school" #5 (permalink) Fri Jun 06, 2008 2:03 am   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

ooo I see.
Thank you torsten
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Expression "A holiday at school" #6 (permalink) Tue Jan 12, 2010 14:28 pm   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

Dear Sir,
Yameen is here again. I want to speak english Fluently, Can you please help me. How can I improve?
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Expression "A holiday at school" #7 (permalink) Wed Nov 10, 2010 14:47 pm   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

Dear Sir,

I don't know well how to use 'ought to'. My first question is to know if ought to is the verb? Is it possible to say in infinitif form "to ought to" ?

Thanks for more explanations.

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Expression "A holiday at school" #8 (permalink) Tue May 03, 2011 1:49 am   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

Dear sir,
am actually new to this place so couldn't get american english,am poor at english. its very difficult to me. can you please tell me how can i improve my english so fast and fluently .
regards lilly
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Expression "A holiday at school" #9 (permalink) Tue May 03, 2011 1:51 am   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

Dear sir,
am actually new to this place so couldn't get american english,am poor at english. its very difficult to me. can you please tell me how can i improve my english so fast and fluently .
regards lilly
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Expression "A holiday at school" #10 (permalink) Tue May 03, 2011 1:51 am   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

Dear sir,
am actually new to this place so couldn't get american english,am poor at english. its very difficult to me. can you please tell me how can i improve my english so fast and fluently .
regards lilly
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Expression "A holiday at school" #11 (permalink) Tue May 03, 2011 7:08 am   Expression "A holiday at school"
 

Welcome to the forums, Hemalath,
There is no easy answer to improving English. You have to work at it regularly.
When you have a specific question about English, please post it. We'll be happy to try to help. Meanwhile take a look at the lessons and exercises for general advice.
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