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									                        MODAL VERBS
1. REWRITE THE SENTENCES USING MODAL VERBS:

   You’d better call the police

   It’s forbidden to enter this building

   Go and see Shakespeare’s house if you visit England

   It’s not necessary to give a tip to the waiter

   Stop being so rude to everybody!

   I suppose she’s Spanish because her name is Carmen

   Perhaps he knows Cathy’s address in Paris

   Does your father know how to cook?

   You are not allowed to smoke in public places

   I request that you answer the telephone

   My advice is that you don’t wear a tie if it’s not necessary for you

   I didn’t have the skill to walk until I was 15 months old

   It’s impossible that you are tired. You’ve been doing nothing since
    this morning



2. FILL IN THE BLANKS USING A MODAL VERB:

   I’m completely broke.                you lend me 20 € until tomorrow?

   I made a lot of noise when I came home last night. You             have
    heard me

   If we have nothing better to do,                 we play cards?

   As tomorrow is Sunday, I                    get up early

   He had hurt his leg, so he                  walk very well

   Don’t cheat in exams. You                   play fair

   You                have seen a dentist earlier. Now you probably need
    extensive treatment

   You               worry. I’ll take care of everything while you’re out

   He                be the right man for the job, but I’m not sure
3. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING A MODAL VERB:

   There’s an ambulance at John’s house door. He ...


   This letter is not for you, so you ...


   Take this umbrella. It ...


   There’s enough snow on the hills, so we ...


   You’re not too fit. You ...


   I’ve got a pile of unpaid bills. I ...


   In our teacher’s opinion, we ...


   When she was only 8, she ...




4. WRITE SENTENCES FOR THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN:

   You have just won the lottery (talk about possibility)




   You want to have a party at the weekend (ask for permission)




   Your friend has got a cold and a fever ( give him some advice)




   You are the teacher in charge of the students’ trip ( talk about
    prohibitions, obligations and necessities)




   You work in an office. Your boss hasn’t arrived yet (make positive and
    negative deductions)
5. TRANSLATE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES USING MODAL VERBS:

   Los niños deben obedecer a sus padres

   Cualquiera puede cometer errores

   Estás demasiado gordo. No deberías comer tanto


   No debes abrir las cartas ajenas


   Su secretaria sabe hablar cinco idiomas

   Puede que tengas razón y puede que yo esté equivocado


   ¿Quieres quedarte en casa? No hace falta que vengas conmigo. Puedo ir
    sola

   Los animales deben tener sed. Hace varias horas que no beben


   Esta pipa no puede ser de Roberto. Él no fuma


   Tienes que medir 1.70 para ser azafata


   No hace falta que le escribas. Puedes mandarle un email


   Podrían haber discutido, porque ella parecía muy enfadada


   Deben haber llegado ya porque hay una luz en la ventana de la cocina


   El hombre que vísteis no puede ser Pedro. Pedro está en el hospital


    Tuvimos que llevarle ayer porque tuvo un accidente


   Puede que haya llamado mientras yo estaba regando las plantas en el
    jardín


   ¿Crees que podrás terminar el cuadro para su cumpleaños?


   No deberías dejar las puertas abiertas. Alguien podría entrar


   No he podido terminar el libro todavía. He estado muy ocupado esta
    semana

								
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