Practice. Modal verbs: have to, must

Practice. Modal verbs: have to, must


Practice. Modal verbs: have to, must

We can’t wait any longer! Something _____ immediately

Mrs. Taylor was found dead with a wire around her neck.  She _____ strangled

Children _____ taught to respect their elders.

Tom was serious when he said he wanted to be an actor when he grew up. We _____ at him. We hurt his feelings

If you’d explained your problem to me, I _____ to help you

Doctors are supposed to help sick people” means: _____.

I _____ to go now. I have a class in ten minutes

Rice _____ have water in order to grow.

I’ve searched everywhere for Bob but I _____ to find him

I overslept this morning. You _____ your alarm clock.

All the lights in Terry’s room are turned off. He_____ sleeping

Joe ran all the way. It wasn’t necessary. Joe _____ run all the way.

This application _____ last week

Let’s go to the seminar. It _____ interesting

In a hundred years’ time we _____ out of water to drink

I wonder who took my alarm clock. It _____ Julia. She _____ supposed to get up early.

You _____ spanked her. She didn’t deserve it

You _____ any more aspirins; you’ve had four already

He _____ hungry. He isn’t eating his food

His illness got worse and worse. In the end he _____ go into hospital for an operation.

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