MODALS WITH THE INFINITIVE 1
Choose whether or not there should be a 'to' in front of each verb in the sentences below.
Example: "I want
." or "You must
REMEMBER: The modal auxiliary verbs are: will/shall, can/could, may/might, must, ought to, would, should.
1. I want ________ you tomorrow.
2. I can't ________ you tomorrow.
3. You must ________ hard.
4. Heather tried ________, but she was too tired.
5. I can't ________ you.
6. He wants ________ what she is saying.
7. I want ________ a doctor.
8. I must ________ sick. I have a fever.
9. I couldn't ________ to the movies with Fiona.
10. Alex does not know how ________.
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