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Obligation and Necessity 2

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  • 1. Obligation and Necessity 2
  • 2. Obligation and Necessity 2You can use ‘need to’ to talk about thenecessity of doing something.You might need to see a doctor.A number of questions need to be asked.
  • 3. Obligation and Necessity 2You use ‘don’t have to’ when there is noobligation or necessity to do something.Many women don’ t have to work.You don’ t have to learn any new typingskills.
  • 4. Obligation and Necessity 2You can also use ‘don’t need to’, ‘haven’t gotto’, or ‘needn’t’ to say that there is noobligation or necessity to so something.You don’ t need to buy anything.I haven’ t got to go to work today.I can pick John up. You needn’ t bother.
  • 5. Obligation and Necessity 2You also use ‘needn’t’ when you are givingsomeone permission not to do something.You needn’ t say anything if you don’ t wantto.You needn’ t stay any longer tonight.
  • 6. Obligation and Necessity 2You use ‘need not have’ or ‘needn’t have’ anda past participle to say that someone didsomething which was not necessary. You areoften implying that the person did not know atthe time that their action was not necessary.I needn’ t have waited until the game began.Neil needn’ t have worked.
  • 7. Obligation and Necessity 2You use ‘didn’t need to’ to say that somethingwas not necessary, and that it was known atthe time that the action was not necessary.You do not know if the action was done,unless you are given more information.They didn’ t need to talk about it.I didn’ t need to worry.
  • 8. Obligation and Necessity 2You also use ‘didn’t have to’ to say that it wasnot necessary to do something.He didn’ t have to speak.Bill and I didn’ t have to pay.
  • 9. Obligation and Necessity 2You cannot use ‘must’ to refer to the past, sowhen you want to say that it was notimportant that something did not happen orwas not done, you use other expressions.You can say ‘It was important not to’, or usephrases like ‘had to make sure’ or ‘had tomake certain’ in a negative sentence.
  • 10. Obligation and Necessity 2It was necessary that no one was aware ofbeing watched.You had to make sure that you didn’ t spendtoo much.We had to do our best to make certain that itwasn’ t out of date.
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