Modal Verb Rules, Exercises and Worksheets No. 7 & 8

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EXERCIS 7

Fill in the blanks with suitable modals:

Persons who (a)……………………remain on outdoor shootings (b) ……………………..be given a chance to go abroad. But they(c)  …………………… have their passports ready They (d) …………………….get a free ticket if only their passports(e) ……………………be arranged. The company (f) …………………. provides them spare dollars so the Members (g) ……………………take more foreign exchange with them.  If they do so they will (h) ………………. declare them at the checking counter.

Answers:

 (a) have to              (b) should   

(c) must                   (d) may        

(e) can                     (f) would         

(g) needn’t              (h) have to

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EXERCISE-8

Fill in the blanks with suitable modals:

 Neeraj: Father. There is an advertisement in the newspaper about a short term computer course

   (a) ………………………..I take it up?

Father   :  If you think. you (b) ……………………..cope with it inspite of your Board exams  you

   (c)………………..join it.

Neeraj  :  I don’t think I (d)………………..have any problems. I will only (e)…………………………

   sit up till late in the night. But, father (f)…………………you give me Rs 3000 that I (g)…………….. 

   deposit tomorrow ?

Father   :  You (h)…………………………….worry about that.

Neeraj :   In that ease I (i)………………………………. Join it.

Answers:-

(a) May              (b) can                

(c) may              (d) shall              

(e) have to        (f) would            

(g) have to        (h) needn’t      

(i) can

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