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Modal Verbs
A-Choose the suitable modal verb.
1-I have no time. I  leave now or I  miss the bus.
2-I wish I  buy a new mobile phone but I don't have enough money.
3-She looks tired; she  take some days off.
4-Judy is not at home. She have gone to Madrid, I don't know.
5-Tom  play tennis quite well. I usually play with him every weekend.
6- we go out tonight, please? Yes, but you  be late.
7-I haven't decided yet where I  go in my next holidays. I think I  go to Paris.
8- you water my plants while I am away? If they don't get enough water they certainly die.
B-Insert a suitable modal verb.
1-Jack  come to our wedding, but we aren't sure.
2- I buy the tickets for the concert? I  see you're too busy.
3-We  pay the fees at the fixed time.
4-You  clean your room more often.
5-If it rains on Saturday, we  go to the beach.
6- you speak German? No, I .
7-Jane  not play the violin when she was five, but now she  play it very well.
8-You  not be so nervous. I think it  be very easy.





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