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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116498: Can, should, must, could
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    1. Why I care about the proposed changes at work if nobody else cares?

    2. You really think a lot of this Prime Minister to vote for him again.

    3. We organise a picnic one day and get all our friends to join us.

    4. When travelling overseas you be in possession of a valid passport.

    5. The plane left Noumea at 10 am, then it arrive in Brisbane at 12.30 pm.

    6. you ever forgive me for not attending your birthday party.

    7. Marie topped the class in French and her parents be very proud of her.

    8. we all meet for a game of soccer in the park tomorrow afternoon?

    9. We get here earlier, we got delayed by an accident at a crucial intersection.

    10. Sometimes I think that I have been a more tolerant person.









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