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Modal Verbs Practice

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The modal auxiliary verbs are can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must and ought to. They are used before other verbs, in tags and short answers.
For example:"I must cook dinner for everyone tonight."

Correct the mistakes:

1. I don’t can ride a bicycle.
2. I would like to can travel more.
3. He should to work harder.
4. I must work last Saturday and Sunday.
5. Could you telling me how to get to the bank?

Correct sentences:

1. I can't ride a bicycle.
2. I would like to travel more.
3. He should work harder.
4. I had to work last Saturday and Sunday.
5. Could you tell me how to get to the bank?

Choose the best form:

  • 1. You ___ get in without a ticket – not a chance.



  • 2. In Spain, boys ___ do military service.



  • 3. I promise I ___ stop smoking.



  • 4. He's not answering the phone. He ___ have got home yet.



  • 5. You absolutely ___ go and see Jenny.



  • 6. We ___ decide to go to Germany again for Easter.



  • 7. I think you ___ try to relax more.