May and might exercises with answers pdf

May and might exercises with answers pdf
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g+ p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
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the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.

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A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no

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Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)

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answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no

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Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.

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A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
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Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.

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the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.

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Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)

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1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …

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1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James

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Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …

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answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have

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Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no

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the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be

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Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have

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Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no
Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have
Choose one word to complete each sentence – must, might or can’t. Remember – English people often use must or can’t with exclamation marks (!!!). Sorry – this exercise uses Javascript.
Exercise on the modal verbs can, could, have to, must, might, and should. f t g p. Complete the sentences using the words listed in the box below, then click the “Check” button to check your answers. Don’t forget to capitalize when necessary. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer. can could have to must might should. 1. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He be
Modal verbs exercises with answers. Explanations and examples along with tests and exercises online to practise modal verbs in English.
1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.
answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James
the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.
Use ‘might’ in your answers. One page worksheet with eight questions. Answers will vary. Level: Intermediate (CEFR B1) Time: Approx. 15 minutes FREE Download. Grammar Quiz May and Might 18 multiple-choice questions; with ANSWER KEY and percentage conversion chart Intermediate Level Approximately 15 minutes. FREE Download. ACTIVITY SUGGESTION Use this quiz either as a pre …
A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)
Jeanette has made other plans, so she _____ come with us to the museum today. a. could not b. might not

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  1. the noise is using must, could, might, may, can and can’t. 1 There’s a loud bang on a window downstairs, and it’s very windy outside. 2 There’s a crashing noise in the kitchen.

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  3. 1: They might be away for the weekend but I’m not sure. 2: You may leave now if you wish. 3: Could you open the window a bit, please? 4: He could be French, judging by his accent.

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  4. A. Future with will, may, and might. Rewrite the given ideas using will, may, and might in complete sentences. (More than one answer is possible)

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  5. answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James

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  6. Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no

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  7. answers and ask for details. Matching Exercise There is some debate amongst linguists as to whether might or may is stronger, American linguists suggest that might is stronger, but older British texts suggest that may is stronger. They can almost be used interchangeably, so don’t let students worry too much about it. Title: Microsoft Word – Modal Verbs of Probability.doc Author: James

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  8. Can, Could, May and Might Exercise Example gap-fill questions: Use one of the modal verbs in brackets to fill each gap. 1They (canmight)_____ be away for the weekend but I’m no

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  9. Modals and Modal Perfects. Modals and Modal Perfects – Answers A 1. d 5. h 2. g 6. b 3. a 7. e 4. f 8. c B 1. could walk 2. shouldn’t have said 3. might leave 4. needn’t come 5. must be 6. ought to have introduced C 1. couldn’t have known 2. needn’t have been / shouldn’t have been 3. must have left 4. could have driven 5. might have forgotten / may have forgotten 6. should have

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