Modal Verb Rules, Exercises and Worksheets No. 4,5,&6 (Solved)

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Exercise-4

1.Fill in the blanks using suitable modals:

Without the mother’s loving touch no family grow …………properly. The father………… be the formal head of the family but it is the mother who brings up the family and trains the young. If by any chance the mother transmits her anger to the child, it …………  grow up to be a miserable person afterwards. It Is only the mother’s watchful eye that ………….  detect where and when the child is going wrong. All mothers…………..   be firm with a misbehaving child, but motherly love and encouragement count the most. It ……………  be ungrateful to forget mother’s contribution to one’s life.

 Ans. Can, may, may, can, must, will.

2.Fill in the blanks using suitable modals:

In the modern day business world table manners have become very important since they ………….  make or mar business opportunity. Let us begin with eating. Below we begin to eat we  ………….  place the napkin on our lap. In some restaurants or eating places the waiter do it for you. As a rule you never use a napkin as a handkerchief. If the glassware do not appear to be clean we ask the waiter for replacement but we never clean them with our napkin.

Ans. Can, must  may  should  should  must.

3.Fill in the blanks with suitable modals:

……………God give us strength to rise above petty thoughts! We ……………have peace of mind only when we surrender ourselves to the will of God. We…………… remember that when we are one with Him. we ……………do what we cannot do otherwise.

Ans. May. Can/will,should, can.

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Exercise No-5

Complete the following letter by filling in appropriate modals:

Dear Surjit

I was very sorry to hear about your problems at school. But you  ……………. worry. I am sure I …………….   help you. First regarding money I …………….  lend you as much as you need…………….  I suggest you a few books to improve your level of understanding? You ……………. buy these books from the local bookseller. Once your level of understanding is improved. You ……………. have no difficulty in doing your home work.

Ans. needn’t, can, Can, May, should, shall.

2.Fill in the blanks using suitable modals:

You  …………… come to school in proper dress. You…………..  make it a habit to visit the library in your vacant periods. You……………..   borrow the books you like for your studies. But spoiling the books…………..  be avoided at an any cost. Tearing off pages or underlining the passages ………………   be seriously dealt with. Remember, you ……………….  behave like gentlemen to be worthy students of this school. Also you …………….  respect your teachers. After all you ……………. learn at their feet. But you…………….. flatter them to take undue advantage.

Ans. must, should, can, must, shall, must, ought to, needn’t.

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Exercise-6

1.Fill in the blanks with 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 as effective teaching aid.

Ans . can, could, can, could.

II.Fill In the blanks using suitable modals:

 Seeing a crow eating a piece of bread, a fox thought how it ……….   trick that fellow. It said.

…………….  I talk to you. Sir?” The crow did not even look at the fox. The fox again Said, “………. you please pay a little attention to me? What a nice bird you are! Your voice…………..   be very sweet. I am sure you ……………  sing very well.” The crow who…………..  not be persuaded till then now looked at the fox.

 Ans. could, may, would, must, can, could.

III. Fill in the blanks using suitable modals:

Persons who……………   remain on outdoor Shootings …………….  he given a chance to go abroad. But they…………….. have their passports ready. They …………….get a free ticket for one of their family members. If only their passports ……………  be arranged. The company would provide them spare dollars so the members…………….   take more foreign exchange with them.

Ans. have to, will, should, would, could, can.

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