The two boys from Ayllon walked with determination towards the two dancing girls. The two brothers knew they had to do something. And they had to act quickly. But what could they do? They stood with their hands in their pockets with a dismal look on their faces. It didn’t seem to be easy to put the plan they had in their heads into practice.
The villagers also looked on. The people felt they had to do something too. They had to stop these two cocky boys from Ayllon. The two sisters had to stay in the village and not run off. They had to stay in Grado and live there for ever. They had to remain there with the people they knew and loved. They could go to Ayllon when they had to, for example on market day, or when their parents had to do business there. Live there? Most certainly not, was everyone’s opinion.
So everyone stood and looked and stared as the two boys crossed the square towards the dancing girls. Yes, everyone knew they had to do something, but nobody knew what.
Who do you think had to do something?
Do you think the villagers had to do anything?
Why do you think the villagers thought they had to do something?
Why do you think the villagers thought the two sisters had to stay in the village?
Do young people have to live in the same place as their parents live today?
What changes do you think we have to make to our sociey today?
What changes do you think politicians have to make to your country?
What things do you have to do that you don’t like doing?
What things do you have to do that you think are not necessary?
Do you think we have to do what our teachers/parents/bosses tell us?
The answers to the above questions are all personal. Answer using have to as much as possible.