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Modal Verbs

Can, could  ability, permission, request, offer,


possibility

May  permission, probability

Might, could  probability


A) Would  request, offer
B) In
Have to, must  necessity, obligation.
se
Need to  necessity rt

Should  obligation, advice.

Must  advice

Shall  offer

the adequate modal verb:

• You ___________ play in the classroom.

• __________ I have a cup of tea, please?

• You _________ study very hard to pass.

• You _________ speak in public places.

• I ________ speak many languages.

• _________ you help me with my luggage?

• The film is really cool. You ________ to see it.

• You __________ go out with your friend.

• You __________ come to school on Monday. It’s closed.

• Take an umbrella. It _________ rain.

• ________ I borrow your pen?

• You _________ do your homework.

• Babies _________ walk.


• ________ I use your phone?

• You _______ be home at 10.

• I ________ swim. I’m afraid of the water.

• ________ they play tennis? No, they __________.

• You _________ take an umbrella. It’s raining.

• I _________ get a new passport.

• We _________ speak Chinese.

• __________I come in?

• I ________ go to cinema. I _________ study for the exams.

• He __________ play football when he was young.

• _________ I help you?