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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3753: Use of modal auxiliaries
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    Use of modal auxiliaries

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    1. You seem to be having trouble there. I help you ?

    2. I don't have enough money to buy lunch. you lend me a couple of dollars ?

    3. That ice is dangerously thin now. You go ice-skating today.

    4. It's way past my bedtime and I'm really tired. I go to bed.

    5. He have committed this crime. He wasn't even in the city that night.

    6. John is over two hours late already, He missed the bus again.

    7. I'm really quite lost. showing me how to get out of here ?

    8. I read about your plane's near disaster. You terrified !

    9. Professor Villa, we've finished our work for today. we leave now, please?

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