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 Must expresses necessity /
obligation.
 Must is a modal verb. It
always keeps the same
form in the present.
 Must is always followed by a
verb in the infinitive
without to.
Negative form = must + not
(mustn't)

3. Complete with information
from the text.
 
Mark can :
 
Mark can´t :
 
Mark must :
 

 
 
 
 
Read the text:
 Can expresses ability or capacity.  
 Can is called a modal verb. It
Mark has got a broken leg. He
always keeps the same form in
must stay at home. He can
the present.
read and write and he can play
 Can is always followed by a verb in
cards. But, unfortunately he
the infinitive without to
can´t run. He can´t ride his
 
bike and he can´t run.
Negative form = can + not
(can´t)

2. True (T) or false (F)? If they are false correct them .
A) Mark hasn´t got a broken leg.
B) He can read and write.
C) He can run.
D) He mustn't stay at home.

4. Say what you must or mustn´t
do in your school.
 
A) Eat in the classroom.
B) Respect teachers.
C) Leave the classroom without
asking for permission.
D) Use your mobile phone.
E) Listen to music.
 

6. Write questions and answers using the information in
brackets:
 
A) _____________________________? ( sing)
__________________________________. (yes)
B) _____________________________? ( play football)
__________________________________. (No)
C) _____________________________? ( speak German)
__________________________________. (no)
D) _____________________________? ( drive a car)

5. Say what you can or can´t do
 
A) Cook - I _________________
B) Speak Chinese - I __________
C) Drive a car- I _____________
D) Paint ___________________
E) Swim ___________________

__________________________________. (no)
E) _____________________________? ( dance)
__________________________________. (yes)