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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30192: Modal verbs
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    Modal verbs

    Complete the sentences.

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    1. I'm sure he is at home
    = He be at home.

    2. There is a slight chance that she is absent.
    = She be absent.

    3. It's impossible, he is not cheating.
    = He be cheating.

    4. He is very peculiar, maybe he doesn't like chocolate.
    = He not like chocolate.

    5. As I know her, logically she is sleeping now.
    = She be sleeping.

    6. He didn't get the job, I guess he arrived late at the interview.
    = He have arrived late at the interview.

    7. It was his first rehearsal, he was certainly stressed.
    = He have been stressed.

    8. He doesn't answer his mobile, perhaps he is at the cinema.
    = He be at the cinema.

    9. All the bookmakers bet on this team.
    They win the match.

    10. He broke her leg during the game, she surely hates him.
    = She hate him.

    11. I'm sure he had an accident.
    = He must an accident.

    12. No! I refuse to believe that she is lying to me
    . = She can't to me.

    13. Perhaps he missed the bus.
    = He may the bus.

    14. Logically, they have finished working by now.
    = They should working.

    15. I bet he bought flowers again.
    = He must flowers again.

    16. Look! I bet he is buying flowers again.-
    = He must flowers again.

    17. Maybe he finds it difficult.=

    18. At this time, children are sleeping. =

    19. Perhaps he knows her but I doubt it.

    20. Surely they work hard enough .

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