Modal Verb Rules, Exercises and Worksheets No. 1,2&3 (Solved)

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Exercise-1

1.Fill in the blanks using suitable modals :

Computers ……………   provide information on any topic with the click of a mouse. Some people think that sometimes they ……………replace the teachers, but that is a wrong idea . The computers …………… never be the substitute for teachers. The teachers ……………  profitably use computers al teachings aids.

Ans. Can, could, would, might.

 2.Fill in the blanks using suitable modals:

The symptoms of leprosy appear on the skin. Ulcers ……………  also be found in mouth. The patient suffering from it ……………  certainly he separated from others. It …………… still be better if he is removed to a hospital. If the disease has taken deep roots it  …………… not be cured with home remedies.

 Ans. may, should,  would, can  

3.Fill in the blanks using suitable modals:

There ……………be people to discourage you when you are on your way to progress. But you…………….. continue to work hard for your career. You …………… definitely achieve your aim. Once you achieve it you …………. plan to go forward and never look behind.

Ans. May, must, will, need.

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Exercise-2

1.Put will or shall in the blanks to complete the dialogues.

(a) Rekha         :  I’ll be in a moment.  

     Poonum      :  …………. I wait for you?

(b) Mohan       :  It’s very cold outside.  You close the window, please?

(c) Pooja          :  Chhaya and I………..  help you in cooking.

       Chhaya     :   I’d love to, cooking is my hobby.

(d) Asha           :  Who knows what the future  bring?

        Manu       :  I will work hard to make my future bright.

(e) Anshu   :  I give you a cup of tea?

       Anup:  I’d love to have one.

Ans. (a) Shall: (b) Will: (e) Shall; (d) (e) Shall

II.Complete the following paragraph using will/won’t/would/wouldn’t:

We won’t be here in the school next July. It is hard to believe, isn’t it? Soon we………….. complete our ten years of general education  Once the results are out, I …………..  be sure what stream I should take. Then I………….. know where I am heading. It  …………..take long. Who knows what the future…………..bring? I…………..  agree with this idea. I feel, as a student I………….. put in my sincere efforts and ………….. let any obstacle come in my way. I…………..  go by my teachers’ advice.  …………..you mind taking a tip? To achieve something in life one should have faith in oneself.’

Ans. will: will: will: will: will: won’t: will: won’t: will: would.

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                                                      Exercise – 3

I.Fill in the blanks in the sentences below using must or should.

(i) You…………..  fix your photograph on the form to open a bank account.

(ii) We ……………  be punctual and hard-working.

(iii) RAKHI        :  Have you seen the film on tigers?

       ARUN        :  No, I haven’t.

       RAKHI       : I’ve seen it. It’s great. You………..  see It.

 (iv) You are running high temperature. Don’t ignore it. You………..consult a doctor immediately.

 (v) To feel happy and energetic one…………..   go for a morning walk.

(vi) We …………. respect senior citizens.

Ans. (i) must: (ii) should: (hi) should: (iv) must: (v) should: (vi) should.

2.Use mustn’t or shouldn’t in the blanks below:

(i) Ravi, you……………   paint your doors during rainy days.

(ii) Raj. it’s a non-smoking area. You………..  smoke here.

(iii) You …………..  be telling him this. It’s supposed to be a secret between you and me.

(iv) You……………   talk loudly. My parents are sleeping.

(v) You have just learnt to swim. You……………..  swim in the river. It is very deep.

(vi) You…………..  open a letter that is not addressed to you. Its bad manners.

(vii) As responsible citizens we …………delay paying taxes.

(viii) You………….. honk near the hospital.

Ans . (i) shouldn’t:                   (ii) mustn’t

(iii) mustn’t;                            (iv) shouldn’t;

(v) mustn’t:                              (vi) shouldn’t

(vii) shouldn’t:                         (viii) shouldn’t.

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