Express prohibition and obligation

In today’s class, we will learn to express prohibition and obligation. To do this, we are going to use two structures “hay que” + infinitive and “se puede/n” + infinitive. Of course there are also the negative forms of these same structures for which you only need to add a “no” in front. Let’s see the lesson and do some exercises.

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