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Can Be Been Being May Will Shall Should Might Could
Would Must Never Dare Need Keep Kept Used to Ought to Going to
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AUXILIARY VERB - "MUST"
Uses of - MUST
 
Must is stronger than should and used to show duty or obligation.
- To show duty or obligation.
 
Examples
We must obey rules of the school.  
We must obey what parents say.  
  It is used in :  
Simple present tense must
Present continuous tense must be
Examples : Certainty
This must be the right address!  
That must be Mamta.  
That must have been the right restaurant.  
This must be the place - there's a red car parked outside.  
You must be mad.  
Examples : Necessity
Students must pass an entrance examination.  
You must have a permit to enter the national park.  
I must send my father a card on his birthday.  
I must get some exercise.  
People must try to be more tolerant of each other.  
You musn't look back - promise?  
Examples : Recommendation
You must take some medicine for that cough.  
You must take some time off and get some rest.  
You must go now.  
Examples : Advise
You must go and see the film - it's brilliant.  
You must come and see me next time you're in town.  
Examples : Prohibition
Riya, you must not play in the street!  
You must not swim in that river. It's full of crocodiles.  
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Types of Verbs Infinitive Verbs Auxiliary Verbs
Can Be Been Being May Will Shall Should Might Could
Would Must Never Dare Need Keep Kept Used to Ought to Going to
Question Tags Yes/No Questions Regular Verbs Irregular Verbs