topic: MIXED MODALS (Modal auxiliaries) #5 (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. Don't drink and drive, or you (should, can, might) have an accident.

2. Yes, I (should, can, might) see your house from here.

3. (Should, Could, Might) you please repeat that?

4. We (should, can, might) leave now if we want to make it on time.

5. You (should, could, might) call your mom. She's worried about you.

6. You (should, could, might) walk there, but you should probably drive instead.

7. P1: Are you going to the party? P2: I'm not sure yet. I (should, could, might) see you there.

8. (Should, Can, Might) they hear us?

9. You still smoke? I really think you (should, could, might) quit.

10. Bring a warm jacket; it (should, can, might) get cold later on.






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