Self-correcting exercises

Exercise 1

Say if the following statements about the modal verbs are true (V) or false (F):

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1

Modal verbs are used as the auxiliary verbs.

2

The third person singular in the present simple adds -s.

3

Modal verbs cannot be used in all the verb tenses.

4

Modal verbs have no sense without a verb in the infinitive.

5

Modal verbs have no continuous forms.

6

As with all the verbs, the negative and the interrogative are formed with the auxiliary “do”.

7

Modal verbs are all regular verbs.

Exercise 2

Choose the correct use for each modal verb:

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1

Can:

2

Could:

3

Must:

4

Mustn’t:

5

Should:

6

May:

7

Might:

8

Will:

9

Would:

Exercise 3

Say if the following statements about the uses of the future tenses are true (V) or false (F)

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1

The future with “will” is used in conditional sentences.

2

Sometimes we can use the present simple to speak about the future.

3

The future continuous is used to speak about an action that will be finished at a certain moment in the future.

4

To express our intentions, we can use the future perfect.

5

The present simple expresses a future action that has already been decided.

6

The future with “be going to” is normally used to make predictions.

7

“Will” is often used to make offers.

Exercise 4

Complete the sentences with a correct future tense (“will” or “be going to”)

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1

How old you be next week? 41 or 42?

2

I’m sure you do well in the exams, so don’t worry so much.

3

I can’t come with you tonight, I’m afraid. I work until late at night.

4

Look at those clouds! It rain very soon.

5

If you want, I help you with your work.

6

Any plans for next Christmas, Mike? - Yes, I ski in the Alps.

7

One day everybody work from home. What do you think?

8

Peter has decided to change. Next year he register at the university.

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