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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19731: Modal verbs
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    Modal verbs


    Complete the sentences with the appropriate modal, using 'must', 'mustn't', 'may', 'should', 'can' or 'can't' :





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    1. ' You have a rest and put your feet up for a while,' she advised her husband.

    2. That's the biggest laboratory in town, so it contain thousands of blood samples !

    3. ' Yes, you get on the bus now, ' the teacher told the excited pupils.

    4. She is feeling ill, so she come to work today.

    5. She's on a strict diet, and the doctor has told her she eat certain foods.

    6. We're convinced he succeed if only he uses all his strength !

    7. Police fear some people invent information in order to collect a reward.

    8. I'm afraid you have my car tonight, Steve, I'll be using it.

    9. He's so weak that he even walk to work !

    10. Someone have taken my keys, I can't find them anywhere.

    11. 'I am afraid no more be done to help those people, ' the mayor stressed.

    12. Experts believe the area take over a year to recover from the oil spillage.

    13. You go to the cinema this evening, as long as you're back by midnight.









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