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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123918: Past and modals
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Modals | Past | Present perfect [Change theme]
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    Past and modals


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    1. Gloria has won every game she's played today. She must (practise) for years I think.

    2. I don't have anything to wear today. I should (do) the laundry before.

    3. Jack lost his wallet on his way to work. He may (lose) it when he was on the bus.

    4. You did very well for your exam. You must (study) a lot.

    5. The Smiths could (build) their house anywhere. Why did they choose here?

    6. It's hot in here today. I should (not/put on) a heavy sweater.

    7. You should (feed) your dog. He has been hungry all day.

    8. Lucy shouldn't have stood on the broken chair. She could (fall).

    9. I should (buy) more milk. There's just a little left.

    10. I didn't do very well in the test. I should (spend) more time studying.









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