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1. When you play tennis, _____ the ball.
2. It’s late and you are very tired. _____ to bed.
3. _____your teeth twice a day.
4. If you have time, _____ the Science Museum. It’s very interesting.
5. When you are driving, _____ a seat belt.
6. It’s too far to walk from here to the station. _____ a taxi.
Exercise№14. Ask for advice in these situations. Use (What) do you think…should…?
1. George has asked me to marry him.
Do you think I should say yes?
2. Teresa has invited me to a party at her parent’s house.
3. Hazel still hasn’t given me back the money she owes me.
4. I’m having a party, and I have to write a guest list. Who _____?
5. Lulu isn’t speaking to me today because yesterday I said she was stupid.
Exercise№15. Complete the sentences with a form of have to or should. Make the verbs negative when necessary.
1. Your hair is too long. I think you _____ get it cut.
2. Your clothes smell, and you’ve got a cough. You _____ smoke.
3. I’m going to bed. I _____ be up early tomorrow.
4. I’d like to meet your boyfriend. You _____ invite him round.
5. I ______ tell my parents where I am, then they don’t worry.
6. You _____ come with me if you don’t want to. I’ll go on my own.
7. If you need some help with your homework, you _____ go to the library.
8. If you’ve got a ticket, you _____ queue. You can go straight in.
9. You _____ tell lies. It’s wrong.
10. Geoff works too much. I think he _____ take it easy.
Exercise№16.Rewrite the following sentences with might instead of will perhaps.
1. Perhaps it will rain tomorrow.
2. Perhaps I’ll get a Playstation for my birthday.
3. Perhaps we’ll go to Spain for our holidays.
4. Don’t buy that book for John. Perhaps he won’t like it.
5. Put the car keys somewhere safe. Perhaps you’ll lose them.
6. Perhaps Joe and Ellie will pop in for a drink this evening.
7. Perhaps I’ll get my cheque today.
Exercise№17. People often worry about what might happen! What are these people worried about?
Sophie’s worried. She’s going to be an au pair in Italy.
The children might be horrible.
She might not like the family.
Remember that the contraction mightn’t is unusual. We say might not.
1. Tessa’s worried. Her four-year-old daughter is walking on a high wall.
2. Sally’s worried. She’s got two important exams tomorrow.
3. David’s worried. His parents are away, and he’s invited about twenty friends to his house for a party.
4. I’m worried. I’m driving a long way tomorrow, and my car is very old.
5. Toby’s worried. He’s got an appointment with the dentist this afternoon.
6. Ann’s worried. Her plane leaves in forty minutes, and she’s stuck in a traffic jam.
Exercise№18. Work in pairs. Tell your partner what you may or might do.
1) one evening next week.
2) next weekend.
3) next summer.
4) in two or three years’ time.
Exercise№19.Fill in can/cannot, must/mustn’t, have to,need/needn’t,should,may.
1. George has travelled a lot. He _____ speak many languages.
2. I can hear you quite well. You _____not shout.
3. I’m not sure where I will go for my holidays but I _____ go to Italy.
4. She _____not ride her bike at night without lights. It’s not allowed.
5. She _____not eat so much chocolate because it’s bad for her figure.
6. I _____not understand him. He should speak louder.
7. It’s late than I thought. I _____ go now.
8. You _____ a better trainer if you want to improve yourself.
9. Talk to Ann about your problems. I’m sure she _____ help you.
10. You _____not vacuum the carpets, Carol has already done it.
11. You _____ be tired because you have worked very hard.
12. He _____not come to my party because he is ill.
13. He _____ go to the dentist when he has toothache.
14. It’s not very important. You _____ not do it now. You _____do it tomorrow.
15. You _____ not start a fire in the forest.
16. It _____ snow. It looks like it.
17. Smoking is very unhealthy. You _____ stop it.
18. Many children in Britain _____ wear school uniforms.
19. We’ve got plenty of time. We _____not hurry.
20. You _____have a passport to visit most foreign countries.
Exercise№20.Rephrase the following sentences.
1. I advise you to buy this book.
You should buy this book.
2. It isn’t necessary for him to take the exam again.
3. I’m sure Terry isn’t at the office.
4. It is possible that Janet will call me this evening.
5. You aren’t allowed to eat and drink in the classrooms.
6. We are obliged to clock in and out every day.
7. I’m sure the boys weren’t upset with the result.
8. Perhaps we will go for a picnic on Sunday afternoon.
9. It wasn’t necessary for John to attend the seminar.
10. They are obliged to go to a meeting every week.
11. I advise you to talk to your lawyer.
Exercise№21.Open the brackets choosing the right modal verb.
I hate jogging but I (can/must), my coach tells me that since I want to become an athlete I (have to/may) train hard and do a lot of “not very exciting” exercises. My father also insists that I (must/should) become a professional sportsman. I (must/should) admit that when I was younger I (can/could) skate better than my coevals but now I don’t think I (can/could) create anything worth seeing on a skating rink. Yes, I (may/can) copy a work by someone famous but it is not enough. I really think I (might/should) have followed my mother’s advice and turned to teaching. coeval – сверстник
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