Session 2

In this session we look at the unit’s new language in more detail, and learn the rules for how to use must and have to.

ఈ పాఠ్యాంశం లోని సెషన్స్

Session 2 score

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It's time for a test

Every year, millions of people visit the UK. Some come to work; others come on holiday. And they do lots of different things. Some of them eat fish and chips, some of them visit Buckingham Palace... you know the type of thing.

పనిని పూర్తి చేయండి

To do

Here are a few things you could do as a visitor to the UK. But are they necessary? Do our quiz and test your knowledge of don't have to and mustn't.

Things to do in the UK

6 Questions

Put the words in the correct box.

Congratulations you completed the Quiz
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Things to do in the UK

6 Questions

Put the words in the correct box.

Congratulations you completed the Quiz
Excellent! Great job! ఈసారి కలిసి రాలేదు లెండి You scored:
x / y

Next

That’s great. Now it’s time to improve the way you say must and mustn’t. Do you know which letters are silent? Find out in the next video.

సెషన్ లోని వ్యాకరణం

  • If you must do something, it is necessary for you to do it, but this is often your opinion or a rule that you have made yourself.

    If you have to do something, it is necessary for you to do it. It’s a law, an obligation or a fact.

    If you don’t have to do something, it isn’t necessary to do it, but you can if you want.

    If you mustn’t do something, it means ‘don’t do it’. It is necessary not to do it.

Session Vocabulary

  • expires
    officially finishes, usually after a particular date

    mustn’t grumble
    can’t complain; not bad (said after someone asks 'How are you?')