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    Modal verbs

    Hi. Please choose the correct modal verbs.

    If you want to keep your job,you ... be late for work.

    a) must
    b) should to
    c) ought
    d) mustn't
    e)don't have

    I chose mustn't . Is it correct?

    And can we use "to "after should?

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    Re: Modal verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by ulya View Post
    I chose mustn't . Is it correct?
    Yes


    And can we use "to "after should?
    No
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