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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #57511: Modal verbs
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    Modal verbs

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    1. In England, pupils wear uniforms.

    2. But in France, we ; it is not necessary.

    3. French teenagers wear what they want.

    4. In the USA, they say the 'Pledge of Allegiance' every morning.

    5. I think pupils and teenagers in general have more respect for teachers and adults.

    6. In the classroom you bring your own computer.

    7. Sometimes Pierre has very bad results...I think he work more.

    8. In my school, I show my 'Carnet' if I finish at 5.30pm.

    9. When they are young, top-models get diplomas to prepare their new career and plan their future.

    10. In France, you buy books for Primary School.

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