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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #42610: Modal verbs
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    Modal verbs


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    1. He is not here yet, he have got lost.

    2. you like to go to Canada with me ? it would be nice.

    3. Our country win the war, the president said.

    4. You go to the party tonight, but come back at midnight.

    5. I understand what you say, speak more slowly please.

    6. They have problems if the police catch them.

    7. Helen come for Christmas ; I do hope so.

    8. pass me the salt, please ?

    9. You stop smoking !

    10. When he come ? I hope we'll meet him next week.

    11. He read at the age of two.

    12. you like a cup of tea ?

    13. It's a secret: so you tell anybody.

    14. It's getting very dark outside: it be very late.

    15. He speak Russian but he can speak Chinese.

    16. I open the window ? it is hot here.

    17. I have been nicer; I am afraid he is angry with me now.

    18. Steve dance very well. I like to dance with him.









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