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**Modal Verbs Exercises** تست و تمرین افعال مدال

سلام اینا 20 تا تست هست هرکی دوست داشت جواب بده و اگر نکته ای داشت یه توضیح مختصر بنویسه

  1. Modal verbs do not function without another verb.
    TRUE
    FALSE

  2. ‘Could’ is used to talk about…
    …ability in the present time.
    …ability in the past.
    …ability in the future.

  3. The sentence ‘I will help you with the laundry’ is an example of…
    Promise.
    Prediction.
    Offer.

  4. ‘Might’ and ‘May’ have a very similar meaning.
    TRUE
    FALSE

  5. Which of the following sentences is more polite?
    May I open the window?
    Can I open the window?
    Shall I open the window?

  6. Which of the following Modal verbs is used to make promises?
    May.
    Will.
    Must.

  7. We can use was/were able to instead of Could.
    TRUE
    FALSE

  8. ‘Should’ and ‘Ought to’ have very different meanings.
    TRUE
    FALSE

  9. Which of the following Modals is used to give advice?
    Will.
    Should.
    Could.

  10. ‘Would’ can be used in Conditional sentences.
    TRUE
    FALSE

  11. Which of the following Modals is used to make polite requests?
    Would.
    Can.
    Will.

  12. Which of the following sentences refers to a personal obligation?
    You don’t have to smoke in public areas.
    I must go to bed early.
    They have to study.

  13. The negative form of Must is Mustn’t.
    TRUE
    FALSE

  14. ‘Could’ is the past form of ‘Should’.
    TRUE
    FALSE

  15. The verb after the Modal verb is generally written in the…
    Past form.
    Infinitive form.
    Present form.

  16. Which of the following sentences is a request?
    Will we time travel in the future?
    Can you help me with the baby, please?
    Should I go to the doctor?

  17. Which of the following Modals would you use to give advice?
    Should.
    Could.
    May.

  18. Which of the following sentences refers to moral duty?
    I shall never wear it.
    It may snow tomorrow.
    You ought to visit your aunt tomorrow.

  19. ‘Must’ is used to make rhetorical questions.
    TRUE
    FALSE

  20. ‘Will’ and ‘Shall’ have the same meaning but ‘Will’ is more formal.
    TRUE
    FALSE

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