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Answer these three modal verbs exercises to test your understanding of the topic. Review its definition and uses and the application of different modal verbs in sentences.

What Are Modal Verbs?

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Modal verbs are auxiliary verbs that express advice, hypothetical situations , capability, and requests. We use them alongside main verbs in different tenses to change their meanings.

Would, Could, Should

Use would when talking about impossible or unlikely situations and when making polite offers. For example:

  • I would watch the new movie if I had enough time.
  • Would you like an extra bed in your room?

Use could to suggest future possibilities, when showing past abilities, and making requests. For example:

  • It could be hot later.
  • She could play volleyball when she was young.
  • Could you come with me to the office?

Use should for advice and when expressing something possible. For example:

  • You should comb your hair.
  • I wrote five pages, so I should get a good grade.

Might, Will

Use might to express possibility in the past, present, and future. You can also use it in formal situations when expressing permission. For example:

  • He might have talked to the owner before welcoming more guests.
  • Might I recommend a glass of wine?

Use will to express intention, make predictions, or for habitual behavior. For example:

  • I will finish the scale model later.
  • It will rain tonight.
  • I know what you bake on every occasion. You will bake cookies tonight.

Are you ready to test yourself? These modal exercises with answers will challenge your understanding.

Modal Verbs Exercise #1

Choose True or False for every item.

Modal Verbs Exercise #2

This should, could, and would exercise will challenge your understanding of modals. Fill in the blanks with should, could, or would.

Modal Verbs Exercise #3

Fill in the blanks with might or will.

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First, in the exercise on the left, choose the correct modal verb in the present tense, in order to construct a text that makes sense. Then, replace the modal verb in the sentences on the right with the correct alternative form in the past tense.

  • Tom   can need not must tidy his office today because he   cannot need not must not find anything anymore.
  • His boss tells him that he   need not ought to can be tidier.
  • Otherwise he   cannot shall must work in his department anymore. anymore is a signal word for negation
  • When customers want information, he   need not should can be able to help them immediately.
  • He   need not must not can keep them waiting. Don’t forget:| need not = doesn’t have to| must not = isn’t allowed to
  • If he sorts the files now, he   must not cannot need not panic when a customer calls. Don’t forget:| need not = doesn’t have to| must not = isn’t allowed to
  • Instead, he   can may should not help them immediately.
  • Tom   tidy his office last month because he   find anything anymore. must → had to|can → be able to ( could is also possible here)
  • His boss told him that he   be tidier. ought to → be expected to/be supposed to/be to
  • Otherwise he   work in his department in the future. can → be allowed to/could |To note: since this sentence is referring forward to the future from its standpoint in the past, we have to use the conditional (would not be allowed to|could not)
  • When customers wanted information, he   be able to help them immediately. ought to → be expected to/be supposed to/be to
  • He   to keep them waiting. must not → be not allowed to
  • As he had sorted the files that morning, he   panic when a customer called. need not → don’t have to
  • Instead, he   help them immediately. can → be able to ( could is also possible here)

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  • There are plenty of tomatoes in the fridge. You Select an option: mustn't needn't may not should not buy any.
  • This is a hospital. You Select an option: mustn't needn't may not don't have to smoke here.
  • He had been working for more than 11 hours. He Select an option: must need had better mustn't be tired after such hard work. He Select an option: may should must had better prefer to get some rest.
  • I Select an option: could might can must speak Arabic fluently when I was a child and we lived in Morocco. But after we moved back to Canada, I had very little exposure to the language and forgot almost everything I knew as a child. Now, I Select an option: may can must need just say a few things in the language.
  • The teacher said we Select an option: can needn't must should read this book for our own pleasure as it is optional. But we Select an option: could need needn't mustn't read it if we don't want to.
  • Select an option: May Need Must Can you stand on your head for more than a minute? No, I Select an option: may not needn't can't .
  • If you want to learn to speak English fluently, you Select an option: could need needn't mustn't worry. We will help you become a fluent speaker but you have to work hard.
  • Take an umbrella. It Select an option: need should mustn't might rain later.
  • You Select an option: shouldn't need needn't may not leave small objects lying around. Such objects Select an option: must need may mustn't be swallowed by children.
  • People Select an option: couldn't needn't mustn't may not walk on the grass.
  • Drivers Select an option: could must may stop when the traffic lights are red.
  • Select an option: May Must Should Will I ask a question? Yes, of course.
  • You Select an option: couldn't needn't mustn't may not take your umbrella. It is not raining.
  • Select an option: Can Need Should May you speak Italian? No, I Select an option: shouldn't mustn't may not can't .

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Modals Exercises with Answers

Modal Verbs are can, may, shall, will, must, ought to, used to, need, and dare. Can, may, shall, and will have special past forms could, might, should, and would respectively, but ‘ must ‘ do not.

In this post, we have added important Modals Exercises with Answers.

Modals Exercises with Answers

Modals Exercises with Answers #1

Fill in the blanks with Appropriate Modals:

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  • He…………………play the piano when he was younger.
  • When……………….we meet again?
  • When……………….the magazine be published?
  • Autumn…………………come after the monsoons.
  • I…………………..walk.
  • You…………………..not read.
  • Peter………………….write.
  • Birds………………………..fly.
  • Lisa……………………….be thirty next Monday.
  • They………………………coming to the party later.
  • ………………………I take the phone?
  • Which painting………………… I buy?
  • He………………………….been hurt.
  • He………………….lost his book.
  • It…………………….rain tomorrow afternoon.
  • I………………………go to market.
  • He………………………..gone home yesterday.

Modals Exercises with Answers #2

  • ………………………you lend me your computer?
  • ………………….you come to my home?
  • You…………………..pay the bill today.
  • ……………………you drop my letter into the letter box?
  • I…………………see you if I can find the time.
  • I……………………..take the bus to the town.
  • You…………………..succeeded if you had tried a little harder.
  • He…………………take rice today.
  • You………………….come in.
  • ……………..you play ludo?
  • I tried as best I…………………
  • The dumb…………….not speak.
  • We……………….not do without him.
  • We……………..not live without water.
  • He……………….finish the competition.
  • He………………. a liar.
  • You…………………..do this.
  • You………………not tell a lie.
  • You…………………a rich man.
  • Who………………….take this responsibility?
  • It……………………..rain tomorrow.

Modals Exercises with Answers #3

  • You…………………………heard the name of Shakespeare.
  • What………………..not be cured must be endured.
  • He………………………….promoted to class 12 by this time.
  • …………………………..you speak Spanish?
  • I……………………..go to bed early tonight.
  • We…………………….not sleep during the daytime.
  • She……………………finish her homework before going to watch the film.
  • We………………..obey our parents.
  • John……………………read twelve hours a day.
  • …………………….you please lend me a dollar?
  • We………………….obey our parents.
  • He……………………apologize for being rude to his parents.
  • You…………………………….. taken his permission before.
  • You…………………….borrow my laptop if you promise to return it in time.
  • He………………….not say so.
  • Peter……………….you to prove that you’ve said so.
  • He………………..not follow you.
  • Who…………………to enter the room?
  • I…………………………go to the gym later, if I have time.
  • You……………………..be very careful when driving in heavy rain.
  • Must have been
  • Should have

Modals Exercises with Answers #4

  • I………………………………to buy some groceries before I go home.
  • Alisha……………………..not come here anymore.
  • You…………………….not have waited so long.
  • Rohit……………………not worry.
  • You………………………….to finish your homework by the end of the week.
  • I…………………..not have bought it.
  • He………………………….play football when he was at college.
  • I………………………live here when I was a girl.
  • Lisa…………………………walk every morning when he was in New York.
  • Peter…………………….to get more sleep to feel rested.
  • In our childhood, we…………………..sing religious hymns in the morning.
  • David……………………wake us every morning.
  • John………………………not worry.
  • She didn’t……………………………..to ask the boss for a salary hike.
  • I…………………….not have bought it.
  • I……………………..dare you to eat a whole pineapple.
  • I……………………do physical exercise when I was in my village.
  • When at school I…………………….do sums every day.
  • When living in the village, we…………………….bathe in the tank.
  • The…………………………..to improve their communication skill.
  • It………………………………….snow tomorrow.
  • I…………………….death,
  • I can……………………….any danger.
  • I shall……………………….him to fight with Johnny.

Modals Exercises with Answers #5

  • Peter………………………………study harder if he wants to pass the Medical exam.
  • The members………………………arrive on time for the meeting.
  • I……………………………..love to go on vacation to Switzerland .
  • She……………………..go to the party if she finishes her English Grammar homework on time.
  • We………………………go to the beach this Sunday.
  • You………………………….call your parents and check on them.
  • It…………………………….rain later, so bring an umbrella with you.
  • ………………………..you speak English Fluently?
  • I…………………………..to get a clean shave before my job interview.
  • …………………………I put a little more sugar in your tea.
  • He……………………………..often sits up very late at night.
  • I…………………………sometimes sit idle for hours,
  • You……………………….heard the name of Salman Khan.
  • What……………………..not…………………cured must be endured.
  • He……………………..promoted to class 8 by this time.
  • Alisha…………………….be late for school because of the heavy traffic.
  • …………………….you come to my office?
  • I………………………….have to work late tonight to finish my homework.
  • ……………………….God help you.
  • He……………………..had left his wallet at the restaurant.

Modals Exercises with Answers #6

  • ………………………..his soul rest in peace.
  • I …………………….go to the shopping mall.
  • Peter …………………….gone home yesterday.
  • Jonny ………………………not lend you money.
  • Alisha didn’t……………………………..to ask the boss for a salary hike.
  • …………………………you take your tea with us today?
  • ……………………..you be happy forever, my son.
  • ………………….thy wish be fulfilled through my life.
  • It………………………………..take a few days for the package to arrive.
  • ……………………..you excuse my fine, I shall be happy.
  • We………………………..obey our parents.
  • He…………………………warned the boy before.
  • Lisa………………………….have forgotten her phone at home.
  • I…………………………..love to go on a vacation to Bali.

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Modals Verbs Exercises with Answers in English

Modal Verbs Exercises are really useful for learning how to use special verbs in English. These exercises help you practice verbs like can, could, may, might, must, and should. Doing Modal Verbs worksheets  is important for speaking and writing English well. They teach you how to express things like ability, asking for permission, and giving advice. This is a big part of everyday English. These exercises are perfect for anyone who wants to get better at using these important verbs correctly and confidently.

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Modals verbs exercise 1.

Fill in the blanks using Modal Verbs.

  • You ____________ eat vegetables for good health.
  • She ____________ play the guitar very well.
  • We ____________ visit the zoo on Saturday.
  • He ____________ help with the dishes after dinner.
  • They ____________ go to the park after school.
  • I ____________ finish my homework before bedtime.
  • It ____________ snow tomorrow, so wear a coat.
  • You ____________ drink water every day.
  • We ____________ watch a movie tonight.
  • She ____________ ride a bike without training wheels.
  • Students ____________ listen to the teacher in class.
  • The boss ____________ give you a day off if you ask.
  • You ____________ look both ways before crossing.
  • He ____________ fix the broken toy.
  • They ____________ bring a gift to the party.
  • I ____________ visit my grandparents next weekend.
  • We ____________ be polite to our friends.
  • It ____________ be hot in the summer.
  • You ____________ take an umbrella just in case.
  • She ____________ start the puzzle from the corner.
  • We ____________ turn off the lights before leaving.
  • He ____________ be more careful with his toys.
  • The team ____________ try their best to win.
  • You ____________ say “please” and “thank you.”
  • It ____________ be fun to learn a new instrument.

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Modals Verbs Exercise 2

Choose the Correct Modal Verbs to Complete each Sentence.

  • You ____________ (can/must) play outside after dinner.
  • She ____________ (should/could) bring her umbrella just in case.
  • We ____________ (may/should) watch a movie tonight.
  • He ____________ (will/might) help with the cleaning.
  • They ____________ (could/should) finish their chores first.
  • I ____________ (must/can) be home by 8 p.m.
  • It ____________ (may/will) snow tomorrow, so wear warm clothes.
  • You ____________ (should/must) say “thank you” when someone helps you.
  • We ____________ (might/should) try the new restaurant downtown.
  • She ____________ (can/may) bring a friend to the party.
  • Students ____________ (must/should) listen carefully in class.
  • The boss ____________ (may/will) approve the proposal soon.
  • You ____________ (must/should) always brush your teeth before bed.
  • He ____________ (can/may) choose a book from the library.
  • They ____________ (could/should) start their homework early.
  • I ____________ (must/will) finish this puzzle today.
  • We ____________ (may/should) try the new recipe for dinner.
  • It ____________ (may/could) rain, so take an umbrella.
  • You ____________ (should/might) wear a helmet when biking.
  • She ____________ (could/should) help set the table.
  • We ____________ (must/should) recycle our plastic bottles.
  • He ____________ (may/should) apologize for his mistake.
  • The team ____________ (could/will) practice hard for the game.
  • You ____________ (may/should) ask for permission before using my phone.
  • It ____________ (might/could) be fun to learn a new instrument.

Choose the Correct Modals Verbs to Complete each Sentence. Modals Verbs Worksheets.

Answer of Exercise 1:

Answer of exercise 2:.

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Modals Exercises for Class 10

What are modal verbs ? Modal verbs are words that show the ability of a noun to perform an action and the possibility or probability of an action taking place. Will, would, can, could, may, might, shall, should, need, must, ought to are the most commonly used modal verbs. In this article, you will find exercises based on modal verbs. Check them out.

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Modals Exercises for Class 10 with Answers

Use appropriate modal verbs to complete the following exercises. Once you are done with them, check your answers to make sure you used the right verbs.

Exercise 1 – Fill in the Blanks

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of modals.

  • Rachel _____ have brought the bicycle, but she didn’t have enough money. (could/should)
  • This is a hospital, and you ______ not talk loudly here. (must/could)
  • Uma ____ apply for the job she got in London. (might/would)
  • Yusuf ____ speak fluent French when they used to stay in Paris. (must/could)
  • Take the raincoat as it _____ rain later. (might/would)
  • You _____ visit the doctor immediately as your symptoms are quite severe. (must/ can)
  • _____ you give me a bottle of water? My throat is parched. (could/shall)
  • I ____ like to talk about the great freedom fighters on Independence Day. (would/must)
  • One ___ help the old and needy people. (ought to/can)
  • ____ you like some sweets that I made yesterday? (would/can)

Answers for Exercise 1

  • Rachel could have brought the bicycle, but she didn’t have enough money. (could/should)
  • This is a hospital, and you must not talk loudly here. (must/could)
  • Uma might apply for the job she got in London. (might/would)
  • Yusuf could speak fluent French when they used to stay in Paris. (must/could)
  • Take the raincoat as it might rain later. (might/would)
  • You must visit the doctor immediately as your symptoms are quite severe. (must/ can)
  • Could you give me a bottle of water? My throat is parched. (could/shall)
  • I would like to talk about the great freedom fighters on Independence Day. (would/must)
  • One ought to help the old and needy people. (ought to/can)
  • Would you like some sweets that I made yesterday? (would/can)

Exercise 2 – Fill in the blanks

Read the options and fill in the blanks with appropriate modal verbs.

  • Suman ____ swim. You _____ not allow her to go to the swimming pool.
  • Ira ____ attend the party as she was quite sick.
  • We _____ to save our Earth’s resources so that our future generations can use them too.
  • People ____ take care of their parents when they grow old.
  • Tina ___ come to my birthday party this Friday.
  • ____ you like to accompany me on the next trek?
  • Traffic rules _____ be more strict so that people don’t break them.
  • Children _____ always listen to their parents.
  • I know you ____ achieve your goals soon. My best wishes are with you.
  • Priti _____ easily win today’s match; hadn’t she hurt her knees.

1. i) can’t, must ii) shouldn’t, will iii)will not, can not

2. i) couldn’t ii)must not iii)shouldn’t

3. i) need ii)ought iii) could

4. i) ought to ii)should iii) might

5. i) will ii)might iii)can

6. i) would ii)should iii)could

7. i)must ii)might iii)need

8. i)should ii)must iii) can

9. i)will ii)might iii)could

10. i)could ii)might iii)must

Answers for Exercise 2

  • Suman can’t swim. You must not allow her to go to the swimming pool.
  • Ira couldn’t attend the party as she was quite sick.
  • We ought to save our Earth’s resources so that our future generations can use them too.
  • People ought to take care of their parents when they grow old.
  • Tina will come to my birthday party this Friday.
  • Would you like to accompany me on the next trek?
  • Traffic rules must be more strict so that people don’t break them.
  • Children should always listen to their parents.
  • I know you will achieve your goals soon. My best wishes are with you.
  • Priti could easily win today’s match hadn’t she hurt her knees.

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