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By Anna_chikanova | Last updated: Mar 6, 2017
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Complete the sentences with the correct form of have to, must, should or would. You don't need to write the sentence, write the form only.Mum: You look really tired Pete. You (1) [Blank] go to bed early tonight.Pete: But I can’t. I need to revise for an exam.
Mum: (2) [Blank] revise this evening?Pete: Yes! I’ve got the exam tomorrow.
Mum: If you’d done some revision before, you (3) [Blank] have to do it tonight!
Pete: I know, Mum. You [Blank] remind me!
Mum: Look, do some revision but you (5) [Blank] stay up late, otherwise I’ll be cross. Staying up won’t help you tomorrow.
Find and correct the mistakes in the underlined modal verbs. Don't write the whole sentence. Write the correct form of the modal verb, please.1 I mustn’t finish this project this evening so I can go out with you. I [Blank] finish this project this evening so I can go out with you.
Have you to wear a uniform for your job? [Blank] wear a uniform for your job?
You should to see the new TV series. It’s very interesting. You [Blank] the new TV series. It’s very interesting.
Students don’t have to leave the room before the end of the exam. Students [Blank] leave the room before the end of the exam.
You don’t should drive so fast. The police will stop you! You [Blank] drive so fast. The police will stop you!
Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs given.1) If I could play basketball, I [Blank] (join) the school team.
2) I’d be on the beach if I [Blank] (be) on holiday right now.
3) If I had to take my exams again, I [Blank] (work) a lot harder.
4) I’d be really upset if somebody [Blank] (steal) my smartphone.
5) I’d go for walks every day if I [Blank] (live) in the countryside.
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