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Posted by Manjusha Filed in Practical English Usage

Must can be used in questions to ask about what the hearer thinks is necessary.

It is also possible to express these ideas with have to.

Negatives

Must not / mustn’t is used to prohibit - to say that things must not be done.

Note that must not / mustn’t is used to prohibit. It is not used to say that things are unnecessary. That idea is expressed with do not need to or do not have to.

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Do and make
Make
Make: special uses
Words ending in -man
May / might ...but
Maybe and may be
Mean
Mind
Misplace and displace
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Most
Much and many
Must in questions and negatives

Just
Just, already and yet

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