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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103068: Modal verbs
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    Modal verbs

    Complete each sentence by choosing the correct modal verb.

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    1. She wasn't very well — you have visited her.

    2. He promised he go beyond the river.

    3. He's moody so he be difficult to get on with sometimes.

    4. You've been working very hard — you be tired.

    5. That be the postman at the door.

    6. I don't understand why they haven't called. They have arrived by now.

    7. you stop making that awful noise!

    8. You've got a lot to do. I help you with the cooking?

    9. They left at 8 am — they be here by now!

    10. She should be here by now — she have got lost!

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