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didn't need to / needn't have
100

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.


You have an obligation to me not to tell anyone.

You mustn't tell anyone.

100

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.

I think it's a bad idea to go out on your own.

You shouldn't go out on your own.

100

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.

It's prohibited to turn right here.

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You mustn't turn right here.

100

Transform correctly.

They had lots of tomatoes, so they didn't buy any.

They didn't need to / didn't have to buy any tomatoes.

200

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.

I'm not sure if Pete will come to the party.

Pete may/might not come to the party.

200

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.

It's possible that he is going to Greece in August.

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He may/might/could be going to Greece in August.

200

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.

It was a bad idea to go out. The weather was awful.

You shouldn't have gone out. The weather was awful.

200

Transform correctly.

We bought more food than was necessary.

We needn't have bought more food.

300

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.

It's possible that Steve wasn't invited.

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Steve may/might not have been invited.

300

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.

It's a good idea to join a gym.

You should join a gym.

300

Rewrite the sentence using an appropriate modal verb.

It's against the law to ride a motorbike without a crash helmet.

You mustn't/can't ride a motorbike without a crash helmet.

300

Transform correctly.

Angie cooked last night but we took her out.

Angie need't have cooked last night.

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