Circle the correct verb.
1.You mustn't / don't have to tell Sarah about this. I don't want her to know.
2.You mustn't / don't have to wear a uniform at our school, but you mustn't / don't have to wear football hirts.
3.Ssh! You mustn't / have to speak.
4.You mustn't / don't have to phone your mother. She is worried about you.
5.No, Dana can't come out tonight. She mustn't / has to stay home and do her homework.
6.Hurray! Tomorrow is Saturday. We mustn't / don't have go to school.