Have To vs Must

Here are some creative ideas to help your students practise must/mustn’t,have to/don’t have to.  Encourage them to use their imagination as much as possible. The Modal Hotel Tell the students they have taken over the management of a hotel and have to decide rules for the guests. Brainstorm ideas regarding rules. Divide the class into groups and…

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Have To vs Must

The words must and have to can be problematic when explaining to very young students who do not see the FINE difference between the use of them.  This post talks a little bit about these differences which are important for examination purposes. Must expresses the speaker’s feeling while have to expresses an impersonal idea.  E.g. You must come and watch the…

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