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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #9158: Modal verbs
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    Modal verbs

    Fill in the spaces with the right modal verbs.

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    1. He be friendly, but he is usually unfriendly.

    2. I have no time. I leave now. My parents are waiting for me.

    3. I wish I buy a new car but I do not have any money.

    4. I study well for the exam.

    5. It rain in the desert sometimes, but you can't depend on it.

    6. Yasmine not swim when she was one year old.

    7. Marie come to the party, but nobody is sure.

    8. Patrick lift that heavy table. He is too weak.

    9. Stop smoking! You really not smoke.

    10. The project finish in two years time.

    11. We not climb those mountains when we were kids.

    12. We watch TV so much.

    13. I borrow your pen?

    14. You failed in your final test. You have studied harder.

    15. You behave well in front of guests. Stop being silly.

    16. You leave the class before 1 o'clock.

    17. You run faster if you weren't so lazy.

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