Modal Verb Rules, Exercises and Worksheets No. 7,8&9 (Solved)

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Exercise–7

1.Fill in the blanks with suitable modals:

A fox saw a crow eating a piece of bread. Ile wondered how he ………… befool the crow. He said very politely. “…………..  you please pay little attention to me ? What a nice bird you are! Your voice ……….  be very sweet. I think your …………….   sing very well.” The foolish crow was flattered. It opened its beak. The piece of bread fell down. The fox picked it up and ran away.

Ans. could, would. must, can.

2.Use the suitable modals in the blanks in the following lines:

He told me that as he ………….complete the project yesterday, he………….   do it today positively: otherwise his project manager ………… cancel his contract and he…………..  be nowhere. (Annual Exam, 2002)

Ans. Couldn’t. must, might, would.

 3.Put the appropriate modals in blanks in the following lines:

Mother– Finish your home work fast, you…………..  go to the doctor at 6.30 p.m We  …………….postpone Our visit because I have taken an appointment with him. If we don’t reach there In time the receptionist …………….  cancel our appointment and we have to we …………….have to wait for another week.

Ans. have to, must, will, shall.

4.Complete the following dialogue with appropriate modals:

Alka : you sing well

Manisha: No. I…………   not. But I ……….  dance well.

Alka  : But you ………… sing well when you were a child.

Ans. can, can, can, would

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Exercise-8

1.Complete the following conversation by filling appropriate modals:

Teacher: Who …………… answer this question?

Students: Sir, I answer this question.

Teacher: No, you   not. I……………   give chance to others also. Sohan ……………you answer me?

Sohan: I……………   try: but not sure.

Ans. can, can, should, must, can, shall.

2.Amar wants to go for a trekking trip to Mount Abu and discusses it with his father. Read the following dialogue between Ankur and his father and fill in the suitable modals:

 Amar : Father……………  I go to Mount Abu with my friends?

Father  :  You ……………  go. but what is the duration of the trip ?

Amar   : Though the trip is for three days. We……………  stop at Jaipur on our way back.

Father : You ……………  take some woollens with you since It will be cold.

Amar   : The teacher said that we …………… take photographs of wild animals for our collection.

Father: Then you ……………  take your camera also along with you. But he careful with it.

Ans. May, can, have to must, could, should.

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Exercise-9

1.Complete the following conversation by filling appropriate modals:

Mohit : Daddy our school is organizing special coaching for IIT. ……………   I join it?

Papa    : What are the timings? …………… it be suitable for you ?

Mohit : l …………  not have any problem because it is organized after school hours.

Papa    :  If you join, you ……………make the best use of it: it ……………   not be  a waste of   time      and money.

Mohit : You ……………trust me.

Ans. Can, will, would, must, should, can.

2.Complete the following conversation by filling appropriate modals:

Deepak: Sonia, I…………….get my watch repaired…………..  you get It done for me if you are going to the market.

Sonia   : I  ……………….  surely get your work done but I am not going to the market today. Deepak: Then you ……………….  take my watch tomorrow.

Sonia   : You ……………….  give it to me right now if you like 

Ans. have to, would, will, May, can,Should

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