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1. You must do it


2. You hit the ball with a ________ in golf.


3. You can sit there ________ no one has reserved it.


4. You must do the exam in pencil as the papers ________ marked by computer


5. You must ________ off the grass in the park; nobody can walk on it



6. You can get duty free ________ the plane


7. You ought to try to phone her on her birthday


8. You oughtn't to have spoken to them like that


9. You can phone me ________ John's after nine


10. You have to get everything ready before the end of the day


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