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دانش آموزان،دانشجویان و معلمان زبان انگلیسی - Modal verbs
پنجشنبه 29 بهمن 1394

Modal verbs

   نوشته شده توسط: ali rahimian    

  • Click the correct modal or modal form to fit the sentence.
Q1. I have no idea about computers, but John ..... help you.
could
might be able to
would


Q2. I had some problems repairing the roof by myself, but in the end I ..... do it without help.
could
was able to


Q3. The cafeteria was full. I ..... find a seat anywhere.
couldn’t
wasn’t able to


Q4. You ..... told me it was his birthday. I would have bought him a present.
might have
must have
would have


Q5. Do you think we ..... take photos in here?
are allowed to
may


Q6. Don’t call him now. He ..... have got out of bed yet.
might not
should not
would not


Q7. It ..... be easy for Mary. Her parents died when she was only 4 years old.
can’t
mustn’t
shouldn’t
wouldn’t


Q8. John’s usually home by now. Where do you think he is? - He ..... late. He has a big project to finish.
might be working
might work
must work
could work


Q9. I ..... remember to buy milk on the way home.
have to
must


Q10. England are going to win the World Cup. - You ..... be joking!
could
must
ought to
would


Q11. She’s in hospital with a head injury. She ..... wearing her helmet!
can’t have been
could be
must have been
would have been


Q12. I ..... buy a new computer. This one keeps breaking down.
have to
must


Q13. How are things? - Ok. They ..... worse!
could be
could have been
would be


Q14. The test starts at 10.30. You ..... be here until 10.15, but you can come earlier if you want.
mustn’t
needn’t


Q15. You ..... tell me what she said. I’m dying to know.
have to
must


Q16. The boss said that you ..... let me use this computer.
have to
must


Q17. Why were you late? You ..... be here at 10.30!
should
ought to
were supposed to


Q18. It was so foggy that I ..... see my hand in front of face!
couldn’t
wasn’t able to


Q19. He was speaking so softly that I ..... understand a word he was saying!
couldn’t
wasn’t able to


Q20. I ..... leave now. My parents want me home by midnight. (Both answers are possible. Which answer is better to express an external compulsion rather than an internal desire?
have to
must


Q21. Let’s meet for lunch tomorrow. We ..... discuss our holiday plans.
can
will be able to


Q22. Yuta played very well yesterday, but in the end I ..... beat him!
could
was able to


Q23. At first she didn’t want to go with me, but I ..... make her change her mind.
could
was able to


Q24. I ..... play golf recently. I’ve been too busy.
couldn’t
haven’t been able to


Q25. When I was a child we were not ..... to get down from the table until we had finished all our food.
able to
allowed to


Q26. Where’s Miho? - I don’t know. She ..... home already.
can have gone
must go
must have gone
would have gone


Q27. There was no other car involved in the accident. He ..... fallen asleep at the wheel.
can’t have
must have
would have


Q28. Why was the science teacher so bad-tempered yesterday? - She ..... a headache.
may have
may have had
would have
would have had


Q29. You ..... that! It made her really upset.
didn’t ought to say
ought not to say
ought not to have said
ought to have not said


Q30. Why didn’t she say hello? - She ..... seen you.
couldn’t have
mustn’t have
ought not to have


Q31. I ..... going back to England next month. I’m not sure yet.
might be
must be
would be


Q32. You ..... be serious! The ball was on the line. (With thanks to John McEnroe, tennis player.)
are not allowed to
cannot
must not
should not


Q33. The girl ..... convince the teacher that her dog really had eaten her homework!
was able to
could


Q34. (Which sign are you more likely to see in a park?) All dogs ..... kept on a lead!
have to be
must be


Q35. You ..... helped him. He could have done it by himself!
must have
need have
needn’t
needn’t have


Q36. Could I ask you to do me a favour? - Of course, you .....!
can
could


Q37. Do you like my new watch? It only cost $3! - Sorry, you ..... a good watch for so little money!
can’t have bought
mustn’t buy
shouldn’t have bought


Q38. I ..... leave now. My parents want me home by midnight.(Both answers are possible. Which answer is better to express an external compulsion rather than an internal desire?)
have to
must


Q39. Are both the following sentences correct?   
This desk is too heavy. It cannot be lifted.
This desk is too heavy. It is not able to be lifted.
Yes.
No, the first sentence is incorrect.
No, the second sentence is incorrect.


Q40. Are both the following sentences correct? 
As a child I could do anything I wanted.
As a child I once could drive my father’s car.
Yes.
No, the first sentence is incorrect.
No, the second sentence is incorrect.


 
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