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Mutzy
05-04-2015, 10:50 PM
THIS THREAD IS CREATED TO HELP PROPLE WITH THEIR GRAMMER.


must
Affirmative and negative

AFFIRMATIVE


I must go
It must go


You must go
We must go


He must go
You must go


She must go
They must go



Subject + must + base form of the verb

NEGATIVE


FULL FORM
SHORT FORM


I must not go
I mustn't go


You must not go
You mustn'tgo


He must not go
He mustn't go


She must not go
She mystn't go


it must not go
it mustn't go


We must not go
We mustn't go


You must not go
You mustn't go


They must not go
They mustn't go



Subject + must not (mustn't) + base for of the verb

1- Most is a modal verb. All modal verbs follow the same rules:
---We only use one form for all persons.
I must study. He must study.
We must study. They must study.

---We do not add an -s to must with he, she, or it.
He must study. NOT He musts study.

---We allways follow must with another verb in the base form.
You must eat this pizza.
NOT You must to eat this pizza.
You mustn't go to school.
NOT You mustn't to go to school.

---We don't use don't / doesn't with the negative form of modal verbs.
You mustn't talk.
NOT You don't must talk.

2-The negative form of must is must not. In spoken and informal written English, must not is usually abbreviated to mustn't.
You must not shout. = You mustn't shout.

3-We use must to talk about necessity. Necessity means that you cannot avoid doing something.
You must come home before 9:30 p.m. (You cannot come home after 9:30 p.m.)
I must call Mel. It's her birthday today. (You cannot call Mel tomorrow because it is her birthday today.)
I must do my homework now. (You cannot do your homework later because you are busy.)

4-We use must to express general obligation.
You must drive on the right in the U.S.

5- We use mustn't to express prohibition.
You mustn't use a dictionary in the test!
You mustn't use your cell phone in class.

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fireblocker
05-04-2015, 10:57 PM
This thread is created to help people with their grammar. If you didn't found the grammar rule that you was looking for please let me know it so I can add it here fast as possible!


must
Affirmative and negative

AFFIRMATIVE


I must go
It must go


You must go
We must go


He must go
You must go


She must go
They must go



Subject + must + base form of the verb

NEGATIVE


FULL FORM
SHORT FORM


I must not go
I mustn't go


You must not go
You mustn'tgo


He must not go
He mustn't go


She must not go
She mystn't go


it must not go
it mustn't go


We must not go
We mustn't go


You must not go
You mustn't go


They must not go
They mustn't go



Subject + must not (mustn't) + base for of the verb

1- Most is a modal verb. All modal verbs follow the same rules:
---We only use one form for all persons.
I must study. He must study.
We must study. They must study.

---We do not add an -s to must with he, she, or it.
He must study. NOT He musts study.

---We allways follow must with another verb in the base form.
You must eat this pizza.
NOT You must to eat this pizza.
You mustn't go to school.
NOT You mustn't to go to school.

---We don't use don't / doesn't with the negative form of modal verbs.
You mustn't talk.
NOT You don't must talk.

2-The negative form of must is must not. In spoken and informal written English, must not is usually abbreviated to mustn't.
You must not shout. = You mustn't shout.

3-We use must to talk about necessity. Necessity means that you cannot avoid doing something.
You must come home before 9:30 p.m. (You cannot come home after 9:30 p.m.)
I must call Mel. It's her birthday today. (You cannot call Mel tomorrow because it is her birthday today.)
I must do my homework now. (You cannot do your homework later because you are busy.)

4-We use must to express general obligation.
You must drive on the right in the U.S.

5- We use mustn't to express prohibition.
You mustn't use a dictionary in the test!
You mustn't use your cell phone in class.

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Why do I feel like I'm in language arts. -_-

PolarisHD
05-04-2015, 10:58 PM
Why do I feel like I'm in language arts. -_-

Because the title of the thread is "Grammar Rules". Are you expecting to see Mathematics in here?

Jake808
05-04-2015, 10:59 PM
This thread is created to help people with their grammar. If you didn't found the grammar rule that you was looking for please let me know it so I can add it here fast as possible!


must
Affirmative and negative

AFFIRMATIVE


I must go
It must go


You must go
We must go


He must go
You must go


She must go
They must go



Subject + must + base form of the verb

NEGATIVE


FULL FORM
SHORT FORM


I must not go
I mustn't go


You must not go
You mustn'tgo


He must not go
He mustn't go


She must not go
She mystn't go


it must not go
it mustn't go


We must not go
We mustn't go


You must not go
You mustn't go


They must not go
They mustn't go



Subject + must not (mustn't) + base for of the verb

1- Most is a modal verb. All modal verbs follow the same rules:
---We only use one form for all persons.
I must study. He must study.
We must study. They must study.

---We do not add an -s to must with he, she, or it.
He must study. NOT He musts study.

---We allways follow must with another verb in the base form.
You must eat this pizza.
NOT You must to eat this pizza.
You mustn't go to school.
NOT You mustn't to go to school.

---We don't use don't / doesn't with the negative form of modal verbs.
You mustn't talk.
NOT You don't must talk.

2-The negative form of must is must not. In spoken and informal written English, must not is usually abbreviated to mustn't.
You must not shout. = You mustn't shout.

3-We use must to talk about necessity. Necessity means that you cannot avoid doing something.
You must come home before 9:30 p.m. (You cannot come home after 9:30 p.m.)
I must call Mel. It's her birthday today. (You cannot call Mel tomorrow because it is her birthday today.)
I must do my homework now. (You cannot do your homework later because you are busy.)

4-We use must to express general obligation.
You must drive on the right in the U.S.

5- We use mustn't to express prohibition.
You mustn't use a dictionary in the test!
You mustn't use your cell phone in class.

MORE ARE COMING SOON!
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I feel like im at school :crazy::crazy:

Carlo Miguel Velasco
05-04-2015, 11:02 PM
Because the title of the thread is "Grammar Rules". Are you expecting to see Mathematics in here?

Physics maybe. :rolleyes:

Mutzy
05-04-2015, 11:02 PM
After many Grammar Drama threads and stuff as that happened I decided to do a thread as this.

Mutzy
05-04-2015, 11:31 PM
BUMPING THIS!

TheRealThatGuy
05-04-2015, 11:45 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gv0H-vPoDc

Mutzy
05-13-2015, 09:59 PM
BUMMMPPPPPPPP

dirknkobe
05-13-2015, 10:03 PM
This thread is created to help people with their grammar. If you didn't found the grammar rule that you was looking for please let me know it so I can add it here fast as possible!

This part of you thread is ridden with mistakes. For example second sentence should be-if you didn't find the grammar rule you were looking please let me know this so I can add it here as fast a possible.