Modal Exercises and Worksheets No. 5 & 6

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Exercise-5

Fill in the blanks using suitable modals

1.Puneet: Let us go to the movie, Suresh.

Suresh: I am sorry. I…………   not. I …………. reach home immediately.

Puneet: But why………… you be in such a hurry?

Suresh: I ………..take my mother to the doctor. She ………. not go alone.

Puneet: Then you certainly go.                                                                                                       

2. Whenever I think of my school Principal, I feel highly impressed by his habit of a regular morning walk. He ……….. get up early. Rain or storm, he………… go for a walk. Even when he fell ill, no one in the house ……….. stops him from going out. He always says that morning walk ……….. cure him of illness and he was right. He never fell ill. At the age of seventy-five, he………… run for miles together and leave young-sisters far behind. Now he is running ninety……….. he lives long!    

Answers:-

1.can, have to, should, have to, can, must.

2. would, must, could, would, would, could, would, may.

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Exercise-6

Fill in the blanks using suitable modals

1. The old man: ………….. you kindly do me a favour, young man?

 The young man: What………… I do for you, Sir?

 The old man:  I…………not go across the road…………… you give me a helping hand?

 The young man: You are like my grandfather. Such a situation………….. happen with anyone in old age. I………… most gladly help you.                                                                                                                       

2. 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 link 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. It ……….. have felt flattered. The crow said to itself, “P II show this fox how well I ………. sing.” It opened its beak. The piece of bread fell down and was eaten away quickly by the fox.

Ans.

1.will, can, can, will, may, will.

2. could, may, can, must, can, could, must, can.

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