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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #108696: Modals May Can Must
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    1. It must be late as it's already dark. It be any earlier than 5 PM.
    2. Pupils may go out if they've finished their homework. Since your homework isn't finished you go out.
    3. 'He can't be serious; no one could believe that.' 'In fact he's an important scientist, so he be serious after all.'
    4. 'She might get good results if she tries harder.' 'No, it's too late; the exam's next week: she possibly succeed.'
    5. If you want to ask for permission, use 'can' or ' .
    6. My parents said 'You must tidy your room', so I do it.
    7. ' ' is a little more polite than 'may'.
    8. That be right; your argument is perfectly logical!
    9. If the figure has more than three sides, it be a triangle.
    10. Since it's not forbidden by the rules, I suppose we do it.

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