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Hello,

1.You --------------------- be so rude. -------------- you say "please" once a while.

2. Since Bharat had fractured his arm, he ----------------- take the exam.

3.All of us went out to eat. Mummy --------------- make dinner.
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Hi Hanuman,

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Best wishes, Clive
Hello Clive

I will try my best. Here are my options.Please check it.

1.You -------- have to------------- be so rude. -------------- you say "please" once a while. (NO Idea!)

2. Since Bharat had fractured his arm, he --won't have to --------------- take the exam.

3.All of us went out to eat. Mummy -----won't have to ---------- make dinner.

Truely speaking , I do not know much about will have to and will not have to.
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hanuman,
In these three examples, there is no use of "will".
Try it with the choices
have to, has to, had to,
don't have to, doesn't have to, didn't have to,
can't


CJ
Hello Mr.C.J

I am trying to correct it.

1.You don't have to be so rude. Cann't you say "please" once a while.

2. Since Bharat had fractured his arm, he did not have to take the exam.

3.All of us went out to eat. Mummy did not have to make dinner.

Sir, I want to know the usage of "will have to" with some examples.

Please help me.
Other than "cann't", which should be "can't" (only one n), you have a perfect score! Congratulations!

"have to" shows obligation, as you know. "will have to" simply puts the obligation in the future. With the negative ("will not have to"), of course, the obligation is cancelled.

Don't forget your key. When you get to the door, you will have to use the key because the door is locked.

The exam is tomorrow. Remember: You will not have to take paper to the exam. The exam administrator will provide paper.

CJ
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Hello Mr.C.J

Sir, I am a very big fan of you. Your way of explaining is superb. I have got a lot from you and others on this forum.

There is a story in India.

There was a boy who wanted to learn something from a famous guru, but that guru refused to teach him. That guru taught only those who belong to a king family. The boy was very sad. But he had a great respect for that "guru". He admired him because the guru was really a great guru.

The boy came to his home, and made a statue of that "guru" and started learning of the "art" that he wanted to learn from the "guru". Finally he leaned.

There was a competition in which the boy took part and got first. He defeated all those who had got training from the guru.

The guru asked him, from whom you had got training. He said that from you only and told the whole story.

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I have never seen you and also can not meet you. But I feel that you are really a very humble man. I don't know how old are you.

But It is sure whatever you are doing, you are master in that.

This is my feeling.

Every time I read about modal verb I get the same word "obligation". Bur really I could not understand the meaning of it.
Hanuman_2000
Hello Mr.C.J

Sir, I am a very big fan of you. Your way of explaining is superb. I have got a lot from you and others on this forum.

There is a story in India.

There was a boy who wanted to learn something from a famous guru, but that guru refused to teach him. That guru taught only those who belong to a king family. The boy was very sad. But he had a great respect for that "guru". He admired him because the guru was really a great guru.

The boy came to his home, and made a statue of that "guru" and started learning of the "art" that he wanted to learn from the "guru". Finally he leaned.

There was a competition in which the boy took part and got first. He defeated all those who had got training from the guru.

The guru asked him, from whom you had got training. He said that from you only and told the whole story.

--------------

I have never seen you and also can not meet you. But I feel that you are really a very humble man. I don't know how old are you.

But It is sure whatever you are doing, you are master in that.

This is my feeling.

Every time I read about modal verb I get the same word "obligation". Bur really I could not understand the meaning of it.

Very touching story, Hanuman. The guru-Dhronacharyain the story is CJ--except the fact he teaches all students, not only the students of king familyEmotion: smile ,and the student "Arjuna"(?) is you. Right?
Hello Mr.Krish,

I am not Arjuna, but Mr.C.J is a great guru.
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