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Needn't" says there's a need for a noise in the case where someone is still awake. It was a psychological test of some sort to see whether noise might delay the onset of sleep. So once they're all snoring we no longer need to shout. I do hope Hugl we're being of help. 2. Reply Sun 30 Nov, 2014 03:35 pm.
It is not used much in modern American English. My sense is the subjunctive is used more in British English. You needn't get so worked up about i. "We needn't panic. You needn't follow his advice. But "don't need to" can also be used in the above statements. This distinction may be particular to AE. Since we don't use "needn't" that much, maybe it has stuck around in certain types of expressions.
Do you need help? must, have to, mustn't, needn't.
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I needn't have brought the umbrella. George had to go out. He thought it was going to rain, so he decided to take the umbrella. But it didn't rain, so the umbrella was not necessary. So: He needn't have taken the umbrella. He needn't have taken the umbrella' He took the umbrella but this was not necessary. Of course, he didn't know this when he went out. Compare needn't (do) and needn't have (done): That shirt isn't dirty. You needn't wash it. Why did you wash that shirt? It wasn't dirty.
When used as modal verbs, dare and need are followed by a bare infinitive: Need you make so much noise? You needn't have been so rude. How dare she criticise us? When used as a main verb, need is followed by a to -infinitive: Do you need to use the hairdryer? Dare as a main verb can take a bare infinitive or a to -infinitive: He didn't dare (to) look back. it always takes a bare infinitive: Don't you dare interrupt me! Other modal expressions.
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