Ejercicios de modal verbs

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Ejercicios de modal verbs:

Practica los verbos modales en inglés con los siguientes ejercicios de modal verbs.



Ejercicios de modal verbs I

En este ejercicio usarás modal verbs para expresar probabilidad presente: must, cant’, could, may, might.



Instrucciones: completa cada espacio usado uno de los modal verbs mencionados anteriormente.



  • I’m sure she is here – I can see her coat on the table. He _________________________be here. I can see her coat on the table.
  • They’re coming next month but I don’t know which day. They _______________________be on Christmas day.
  • I’m not sure I’m going to pass the exam. I haven’t studied much. I_______________________ pass the exam. I haven’t studied much.
  • I bought a lottery ticket. Maybe I’ll become a millionaire! I _________________become a millionaire!
  • I’m sure he doesn’t speak Spanish very well – he only lived in Madrid for a month. He ____________________________speak Spanish very well. He lived in Paris for a month.
  • My wallet is not in my pocket or in my bag so I’m sure it’s on the table. My wallet is not in my pocket or in my bag so it ______________________be on the table.
  • Someone told me that Jacob was in England but I just saw him so I’m sure he’s not there. Jacob_______________________ be in England.
  • You got the car? That’s awesome. I’m sure you’re delighted. You got the car? That’s awesome. You ____________________be delighted.
  • My boss told me to prepare the project for tonight but it’s almost impossible to finish it so fast. I ______________________finish it by tonight if I stay at work all dayt, but I’m not certain.
  •  I asked them to send the letters by tomorrow; we________________________ receive them by the end of the week.
Ejercicios de modal verbs

Ejercicios de modal verbs

Ejercicios de modal verbs II



Escoge la respuesta apropiada para expresar la idea especificada entre parentsis.



1. You look sick. You _____________see a doctor. (Advice)



are to – could need to – should



2. _______________lending me your computer tomorrow? (Request)



Can you – Could you – Would you – Would you mind



3. Whose phone is this? – I am not sure. It be __________Fredy’s. (Possibility)



might – must – should – would



4. She ________________home yesterday because she couldn’t get a babysitter. (Necessity)



could have stayed – had to stay – must have stayed – should have stayed



5. You_____________________________ leave school at 4 today. (Permission)



can – could – might – will



6. Though he was injured, he ________________get out of crushed car. (Ability)



could – might – should – was able to



7. The doors look clean. You ________________wash them. (Absence of necessity)



can’t don’t have to mustn’t are not to



8. You ________________disturb him while he is sleeping! (Prohibition)



could not – don’t have to – must not – should not



9. Whose shirt is this? – It______________________ be Jule’s. I think I saw him wearing a shirt like this one. (Strong probability)



might – could – must – would



10. I don’t believe it. It____________________________ be true. (Impossibility)



can’t – mustn’t – shouldn’t – wouldn’t



Ejercicios de modal verbs III



Escoge el verbo modal adecuado para cada frase



1. _________ I more sauce in my hot dog?



a) Must



b) Could



c) Would



d) Have to



2. She _________ eat less fast food.



a) should



b) might



c) may



d) could



RESPUESTAS



Ejercicios de modal verbs I



  • I’m sure she is here – I can see her coat on the table. He ______________must___________be here. I can see her coat on the table.
  • They’re coming next month but I don’t know which day. They _____________might__________be on Christmas day.
  • I’m not sure I’m going to pass the exam. I haven’t studied much. I____________might___________ pass the exam. I haven’t studied much.
  • I bought a lottery ticket. Maybe I’ll become a millionaire! I ________could_________become a millionaire!
  • I’m sure he doesn’t speak Spanish very well – he only lived in Madrid for a month. He _________________can’t___________speak Spanish very well. He lived in Paris for a month.
  • My wallet is not in my pocket or in my bag so I’m sure it’s on the table. My wallet is not in my pocket or in my bag so it ___________must___________be on the table.
  • Someone told me that Jacob was in England but I just saw him so I’m sure he’s not there. Jacob___________can’t____________ be in England.
  • You got the car? That’s awesome. I’m sure you’re delighted. You got the car? That’s awesome. You ____________must________be delighted.
  • My boss told me to prepare the project for tonight but it’s almost impossible to finish it so fast. I _____________could_________finish it by tonight if I stay at work all dayt, but I’m not certain.
  •  I asked them to send the letters by tomorrow; we_____________could___________ receive them by the end of the week.

Ejercicios de modal verbs II



Escoge la respuesta apropiada para expresar la idea especificada entre parentsis.



  • 1. You look sick. You ______should_______see a doctor. (Advice)
  • 2. _________would you mind______lending me your computer tomorrow? (Request)
  • 3. Whose phone is this? – I am not sure. It be ____must______Fredy’s. (Possibility)
  • 4. She ________had to stay________home yesterday because she couldn’t get a babysitter. (Necessity)
  • 5. You____________can_________________ leave school at 4 today. (Permission)
  • 6. Though he was injured, he _________could_______get out of crushed car. (Ability)
  • 7. The doors look clean. You __________don’t have to______wash them. (Absence of necessity)
  • 8. You ________must not________disturb him while he is sleeping! (Prohibition)
  • 9. Whose shirt is this? – It____________might__________ be Jule’s. I think I saw him wearing a shirt like this one. (Strong probability)
  • 10. I don’t believe it. It____________can’t________________ be true. (Impossibility)

Ejercicios de modal verbs III



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