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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103069: Modal verbs
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    Modal verbs

    Complete each sentence by choosing the correct modal verb.

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    1. You like to accompany me for the day.

    2. If you wanted to get your ticket, you go to the station first?

    3. Our guests wish to order breakfast in bed.

    4. You have told me you'd be late — I've been waiting!

    5. His mother be pleased when she hears about the party.

    6. As a senior, you use the library at the weekends.

    7. There be some problems that we haven't thought about.

    8. I'll be on my mobile, if anyone need me.

    9. Don't expect him to bring anything — he have had time to shop.

    10. Peter — you speak to your father like that!

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