Modal Verbs Exam
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1. Modal verbs do not function without another verb.
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2. 'Could' is used to talk about…
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3. The sentence 'I will help you with the laundry' is an example of…
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4. 'Might' and 'May' have a very similar meaning.
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5. Which of the following sentences is more polite?
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6. Which of the following Modal verbs is used to make promises?
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7. We can use was/were able to instead of Could.
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8. 'Should' and 'Ought to' have very different meanings.
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9. Which of the following Modals is used to give advice?
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10. 'Would' can be used in Conditional sentences.
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11. Which of the following Modals is used to make polite requests?
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12. Which of the following sentences refers to a personal obligation?
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13. The negative form of Must is Mustn't.
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14. 'Could' is the past form of 'Should'.
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15. The verb after the Modal verb is generally written in the…
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16. Which of the following sentences is a request?
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17. Which of the following Modals would you use to give advice?
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18. Which of the following sentences refers to moral duty?
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19. 'Must' is used to make rhetorical questions.
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20. 'Will' and 'Shall' have the same meaning but 'Will' is more formal.
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