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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20627: Modal verbs
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    1. She usually have a cup of cocoa before going to bed.

    2. He's so talented, he be able to solve all the problems that he may face.

    3. He never be able to command people, he's too shy !

    4. She advises people on the colours they wear.

    5. I suppose she want to meet her own friends this evening.

    6. If he didn't like the food, he send it straight back to the chef.

    7. This road is in such a bad state that someone have a nasty accident !

    8. If I were her father, I be very strict with her !

    9. Her opinion not change, but we can always try to influence her.

    10. 'I'm sure you manage if you really wanted to !'

    11. If he wants to become an actor, I think he join an amateur dramatics society.

    12. 'You know, his story be true !'

    13. 'You go inside, or you will catch a cold!'

    14. He has suggested he retire at the age of fifty.

    15. She loved jumble sales, and she often travel miles to go to one.

    16. She claimed she not translate it, as she didn't speak Italian.

    17. She insisted the old lady go and have a rest.









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