Complete the sentences with must have, can't have, or needn't have, + past participle.
1. Jamie passed his exam with a distinction. He __________ (study) very hard.
2. We found the exam extremely easy. We __________ (study) so hard.
3. Janet failed her exam. She __________ (study) much.
4. We __________ (hurry). We got there far too early.
5. Neil's looking very happy. He __________ (get) the payrise he wanted.
6. Neil's looking very annoyed. He __________ (get) the payrise he wanted.
7. I can't find my book anywhere. I __________ (leave) it on the train.
8. You __________ (make) lunch. We've already eaten.
1. I think the match __________ (start). Everybody's gone into the stadium and you can hear them cheering.
2. Have you seen the Prime Minister's new house? It __________ (cost) a fortune!
3. Karen __________ (take) the car. The keys are still here.
4. You __________ (water) the garden. It's just started raining!
5. In the end Gary's injury wasn't very serious and the doctor said he could keep on playing football. We __________ (worry) so much.
6. Tina's cake was a disaster. She __________ (follow) the recipe very well.
7. In the end it didn't rain, so I __________ (bring) my brolly*.
8. "I saw Grace this morning at the bank".
- "You __________ (do)! She's away on her honeymoon. You __________ (see) someone else."
* brolly = umbrella
|Must have + past participle:
to say that you're sure something was true or happened.
eg. It's 10.30 and Mike still isn't at the office. I think he must have overslept.
Can't/Couldn't have + past participle:
to say that you're sure something wasn't true or didn't happen.
eg. Theresa walked past me without saying a word. She can't have seen me.
Needn't have + past participle:
to talk about an action which was done but which was unnecessary.
eg. You needn't have gone to the supermarket. We've still got plenty of food.
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