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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #102003: Modal verbs
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    Modal verbs

    Complete each sentence by choosing the correct modal verb.

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    1. Just do the best you on the exam.

    2. He got all of the questions wrong on the exercise. He have understood the instructions.

    3. It would be a good idea if you take a year off before you go to university.

    4. Don't worry. I know it's confidential. I tell anyone.

    5. you turn the music down? I'm working!

    6. You're too lazy — you study more for your exam.

    7. We knew he be angry if we didn't finish the work.

    8. He annoys me! He insist on phoning at dinner time!

    9. I'm doing it now, I have finished by 6 this evening.

    10. I prefer to stay in than go out tonight.

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