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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68700: Modal verbs
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    1. I'm almost certain that she's not in the hotel,it's quite impossible ! =

    2. He could have done it =

    3. He can't have done it, he is too polite to have done it =

    4. I'm almost certain that he is the culprit =

    5. He was not given permission to spend the weekend with his friends =

    6. He should have said something =

    7. He may have come =

    8. He must have come =

    9. You must be fit if you want to become a champion =

    10. You can't walk on the grass =

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