32.9 Ordini e interdizioni

Il modo più usuale per esprimere ordini e interdizioni è l' imperativo. Inoltre si può anche utilizzare il verbo must (not) o una forma di have to.
verbo esempio
  must I tell you, the men must be finished with the work by Monday noon.
  have to You were told that you had to return home immediately.
  must not One must not smoke in public buildings.

In questo caso c' è anche un verbo pieno.

verbo esempio
  to be (not) to We are to clean the kitchen after we used it. (imperativo)
You are not to take the dog into the supermarket. (interdizione)
  to be not allowed to He is not allowed to have a cat in his apartment. (interdizione)
  to not allow Her father does not allow her to have a motorbike. (imperativo)
  to be not permitted to They were not permitted to use the toilet during the exam. (interdizione)
  to be not supposed to People are not supposed to steal. (interdizione)





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