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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122187: Modal Auxiliaries
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    Modal Auxiliaries


    Recommendation and advice: should, ought to





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    1. You have a big family and you buy a larger house for them.

    2. He to meet Jane regularly to know her better.

    3. It is very hot here. You turn on the air conditioner.

    4. She is always late for work, you fire her.

    5. Your sister to do her homework.

    6. In my opinion, you have practised harder to pass your exam, but alas, you didn't.

    7. You are very tired. You get some rest in your sister's room.

    8. Your grandfather not eat so much sugar. It is not good for his health.

    9. Your mother is too old. You not let her go outside alone.

    10. We didn't have enough time to help her. We to have helped her yesterday.

    11. To improve your public speaking, you speak with native people.









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