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UNIT 10 - Modal / Auxiliary Verbs

1 Choose the correct answer. [������� �� ����� ��������.]

1. She'll ...... study hard if she wants to go to Oxford University.


.a. must .b. have to

2. Sandra will help us. She ...... speak French very well.
.a. may .b. can

3. 'Could I use your phone?' 'Yes, you ...... .'


.a. can .b. could

4. He'll ...... buy a car soon.


.a. be able to .b. can

5. Tony ...... ride a bike when he was seven.


.a. can .b. could

6. He ...... see the doctor yesterday.


.a. had to .b. must

7. You ...... to write your uncle a letter, Paul.


.a. should .b. ought

8. Sheri ...... meet us at the cinema, but I'm not certain.


.a. may .b. can

9. George ...... finish the work today.


He can finish it tomorrow if he wants.
.a. mustn't .b. doesn't have to

10. ...... I help you to clean the house?


.a. Shall .b. May

2 Choose the sentence which has got the same meaning as the first.
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1. It's possible that his leg is broken.


.a. His leg can be broken.
.b. His leg may be broken.

2. Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?


.a. Shall we go to the cinema tonight?
.b. May we go to the cinema tonight?

3. I advise you to put your money in the bank.


.a. You can put your money in the bank.
.b. You should put your money in the bank.

4. It isn't necessary to wash the dishes.


.a. You don't have to wash the dishes.
.b. You mustn't wash the dishes.

5. Don't eat in the classroom.


.a. You mustn't eat in the classroom.
.b. You don't have to eat in the classroom.

3 Choose the correct answer. [������� �� ����� ��������.]

1. You ...... play with the knife. You may cut yourself.
[don't have to / mustn't]

2. ...... I buy two loaves of bread? [Should / Ought]

3. '..... we go to the beach this weekend?' 'That's a good idea.'


[Must / Shall]

4. Will you ...... come to the party next week? [be able to / can]

5. John ...could... ride a bike when he was six. [can / could]

6. My one-year-old daughter ...... walk yet. [can't / may not]

7. They say that it ...... snow this week. [can / may]

8. 'Could I go to the park?'


'No, you ...... . You haven't finished your homework.'
[can't / couldn't]