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    prohibition

    The baby is asleep, so you mustn't make a noise.
    I've read this sentence in a book. Although it isn't a rule or a law, we have used mustn't. Is it OK?

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    Re: prohibition

    Quote Originally Posted by fadysandy View Post
    The baby is asleep, so you mustn't make a noise.
    I've read this sentence in a book. Although it isn't a rule or a law, we have used mustn't. Is it OK?
    It's OK.

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    Re: prohibition

    Can we consider it strong advice?

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    Re: prohibition

    Quote Originally Posted by fadysandy View Post
    Can we consider it strong advice?
    More of a command, really.

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