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Complete the sentences with CAN, COULD, BE ABLE TO


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A) Complete the sentences with CAN, COULD, BE ABLE TO. (Attention to the tenses)

1. I'm sorry, but we ____________ go to your party next Saturday.

2. She got the job because she ____________ speak five languages.

3. You are speaking very quietly. I ____________ hear you.

4. I was tired but I ____________ leave until the meeting finished.

5. He ____________ go to the concert next Saturday. He is working.

6. She ____________ understand me in spite of the noise around.

7. I'll ____________ see you tomorrow.

8. When they came back from Paris, they ____________ speak perfect French.

9. After a few hours, I ____________ open the door and go out.

10. I've never ____________ understand maths.

11. He ____________ repair the car but it took him a long time.

12. We ____________ contact our agent in Athens a few minutes ago.

13. After the accident, he somehow ____________ walk home.

B) Write in English.

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1. ¿Puedo hablar con usted un momento?

2. Ayer no pude poner en marcha el coche.

3. Cuando tenía seis años, sabía patinar muy bien.

4. Consiguió escapar del incendio en el último minuto.

5. Saber hablar inglés es fundamental en estos tiempos.

C) Rewrite these sentences using MAY, MIGHT or BE ALLOWED TO. (Affirmative or negative)

1. Perhaps it will rain tomorrow (it has been raining all week)

2. Perhaps my friend will visit me tomorrow (he is in town)

3. Maybe he will find a new job (he isn't looking for it)

4. I think the car is at the car park.

5. I think the car is at the car park, but I'm not very sure.

6. Visitors cannot stay in the hospital after 8 o'clock.

7. Will you let the children go to the theatre tomorrow?

8. Perhaps he'll go to the university (he is a very bad student)

9. Perhaps he'll go to the university (he is an average student)

D) Write in English.

1. Quizá visitemos a Rosa el viernes.

2. Vendré a la fiesta, pero es posible que llegue tarde.

3. Puede que se haga rico, pero no lo creo.

4. Podré quedarme hasta tarde.

E) Complete these sentences with MUST, MUSTN'T, NEEDN'T or HAVE TO.

1. Why are you still waiting? You ____________ wait any more.

2. Some years ago in Spain, men ____________ do military service.

3. Sarah is a nurse, sometimes she ____________ work at weekends.

4. Why does she want to decide now? She ____________ answer until tomorrow.

5. I didn't have any money with me, so I ____________ borrow some.

6. I eat too much chocolate, I really ____________ stop.

7. They've been very rude, they ____________ apologise tomorrow.

8. You ____________ borrow my books without asking.

9. I'm sorry, you ____________ smoke here.

10. You ____________ take that money, it isn't yours.

11. He ____________ be inside that room, I've seen him come in!

F) Write in English.

1. Antonio no tiene que levantarse a las seis de la mañana.

2. Tengo que ir al médico esta tarde.

3. ¿Tendrás que trabajar el sábado por la tarde?

4. Patricia no tuvo que esperar mucho el autobús.

5. El dinero tiene que estar aquí.

6. No hace falta que trabajes tanto.

7. Tienes que visitar el museo de la ciudad, es muy interesante.

8. Es tarde, creo que debería irme a casa.

9. Nunca he podido entender los verbos modales en inglés.

10. Mañana no tendré que levantarme pronto.

11. No hace falta que la canguro venga mañana, yo me quedaré en casa a cuidar de los niños.

G) Fill in the gaps with a modal verb.

1. You ____________ fall asleep when you are driving.

2. You ____________ feed the cat, it isn't hungry.

3. ____________ you help me move the furniture?

4. A fish ___________ swim, but it ____________ fly.

5. The children ____________ leave school early tomorrow.

6. You ____________ wait any longer, you ____________ go now.

7. The fire spread quickly but everyone ____________ escape.

8. You ____________ drive

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