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topic: MIXED MODALS (Modal auxiliaries) #4 (Can/Could, Should, Might) | level: Intermediate

Complete each sentence with the most natural-sounding modal auxiliary verb, from the selections given: Example: It might (should, can, might) snow later on.


1. You (should, can, might) really listen to your parents.

2. Is it true that you (should, can, might) speak Chinese?

3. There (should, can, might) be a problem with my new car.

4. I'm not sure, but the children (should, can, might) be hiding in the closet.

5. I'm sure I (should, could, might) climb this mountain in three hours.

6. P1: Do you think I (should, could, might) call his parents? P2: I don't think that's necessary.

7. (Should, Could, Might) you please shut the door?

8. Generally speaking, you (should, could, might) always tell the truth.

9. There are cases, however, when you (should, could, might) tell the truth, but you shouldn't.

10. It looks like it (should, could, might) rain.





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