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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83118: Modal verbs: babies and old people
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    1. Infants walk, they have to be carried in their parents' arms.
    2. Centenarians often a walking stick to help them to walk.
    3. Infants can't speak and to wail to ask for something when they are hungry.
    4. Most centenarians are longsighted and do anything without their glasses.
    5. Infants have no teeth, so they only eat gruel or baby cereals, they need a feeding bottle and can't use a spoon.
    6. Centenarians generally eat toffees because of their false teeth.
    7. Infants to sleep a lot, night and day, so they can neither profit from family celebrations, nor go to the movies.
    8. Centenarians suffer from insomnia, nights seem endless to them.
    9. Infants generally have got very thin hair, they wear a bonnet: mums would like to prevent them from catching a cold.
    10. Many centenarians have got poor grey hair, or they are bald, so they a nightcap not to have a headache when sleeping.
    11. Infants stay inside a playpen: mums would like to protect them from falls which could hurt them.
    12. Because of rheumatisms, a lot of centenarians leaving their armchair.
    13. Babies wake up and cry when there is too much noise.
    14. Centenarians don't hear clearly and alas some of them be deaf, when you talk to them you have to speak loud.

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