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Rewrite each sentence so that it contains the word in capitals and the meaning stays the same.

a) I expect this beach will be deserted. SHOULD

b) This climb is possibly dangerous. COULD

c) Arthur is sometimes really irritating! CAN

d) You aren't allowed to borrow my car! CAN’T

e) How about going to the theatre instead? COULD

f) Do you want me to turn off the oven, or not? SHOULD

g) I think Harry will resign. MIGHT

h) I'm sure this isn't the way to Norwich. CAN’T

i) It would be all the same if we gave up now. MIGHT

j) Please turn off the light before leaving. SHOULD

4. Put in must or can't

1. You've been travelling all day. You .............................. be tired.

2. That restaurant .................................... be very good. It's always full of people.

3. That restaurant ............................................. be very good. It's always empty.

4. I'm sure I gave you the key. You .................... have it. Have you looked in your bag?

5. You're going on holiday next week. You ................................ be looking forward to it.

6. It rained every day during their holiday, so they ....................... have had a very nice time.

7. Congratulations on passing your exam. You ................................ be very pleased.

8. You got here very quickly. You ............................................ have walked very fast.

9. Bill and Sue always travel business class, so they ............................... be short of money.

5. Complete each sentence with averb (one or two words) in the correct form.

1. I’ve lost one of my gloves. I must …………………………………....... it somewhere.

2. They haven't lived here for very long. They can't ................................ many people.

3. Ted isn't at work today. He must ..................................................................... ill.

4. Ted wasn't at work last week. He must ......................................................... ill.

5. (the doorbell rings) I wonder who that is. It can't ...... Mary. She's still at work at this time.

6.Sarah knows a lot about films. She must .................................... to the cinema a lot.

7. Look. James is putting on his hat and coat. He must ....................................... out.

8. I left my bike outside the house last night and now it has gone. Somebody must .......... it.

9. Amy was in a very difficult situation when she lost her job. It can't ........... easy for her.

10. There is a man walking behind us. He has been walking behind us for the last twenty minutes.

He must ………………….. us.

Write sentences with might not.

1. I'm not sure that Liz will come to the party. Liz................................................

2. I’m not sure that I'll go out this evening. I ........................................................

3 I'm not sure that we'll get tickets for the concert. We ………………………….

4 I'm not sure that Sue will be able to come out with us this evening. ……………………..

Complete the sentences with mustn't or don't/doesn't have to.



1 I don't want anyone to know about our plan. You ............................................ tell anyone.

2 Richard ………………………………………..wear a suit to work, but he usually does.

3 I can stay in bed tomorrow morning because I ................................................ go to work.

4 Whatever you do, you ........................................... touch that switch. It's very dangerous.

5 There's a lift in the building, so we .......................................................... climb the stairs.

6 You ................................................................... forget what I told you. It's very important.

7 Sue ........................................... .................................... get up early, but she usually does.

8 Don't make so much noise. We ........................................................... wake the children.

9I ...................................................................... eat too much. I'm supposed to be on a diet.

10 You ................................................................. be a good player to enjoy a game of tennis.

Complete the sentences with should (have) + the verb in brackets.

1 Diane .............................................. the exam. She's been studying very hard. (pass)

2 You missed a great party last night. .. ……………………………………. . (come)

3 We don't see you enough. You .......................................... and see us more often. (come)

4 I'm in a difficult position. What do you think I ...................................................... ? (do)

5 I'm sorry that I didn't take your advice. I ........................................ what you said. (do)

6I'm playing tennis with Jane tomorrow. She ........................ - she's much better than me. (win)

7 We lost the match, but we ............................................. . We were the better ream. (win)

8 'Is Mike here yet?' 'Not yet, but he ................................................... here soon.' (be)

9 I posted the letter three days ago, so it ............................................ by now. (arrive)

 


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