PRACTICE EXERCISE: MODAL VERBS Complete the following exercise using an appropriate modal verb. You can choose from any of the modal verbs we have seen: obligation, permission, prohibition, ability and advice. 1. There are plenty of tomatoes in the fridge. You DON’T HAVE TO buy any. 2. It’s a hospital. You MUSTN’T smoke. 3. He had been working for more than 11 hours. He must be tired after such hard work. He WOULD prefer to get some rest. 4. I COULD speak Arabic fluently when I was a child and we lived in Morocco. After we moved to Canada, I had little exposure to the language and forgot almost everything I knew as a child. Now, I CAN just say a few things. 5. The teacher said we CAN read this book for our own pleasure as it is optional. But we DON’T HAVE TO read it if we don’t want to. 6. CAN you stand on your head for more than a minute? 7. You SHOULDN’T leave small objects lying around. A child CAN swallow them. 8. People MUSTN’T walk on grass in this park. 9. Drivers HAVE TO stop when traffic lights are red. 10. CAN I ask a question? 11. You DON’T HAVE TO take your umbrella. It’s not raining. 12. CAN you speak Italian? YOU CAN PRINT THIS PAGE TO DO THE EXERCISE. THE ANSWERS WILL BE GIVEN TOMORROW. ESTE DOCUMENTO ES PROPIEDAD INTELECTUAL DE MAXUS SERVICIOS LINGÜISTICOS S.L. CIF B-95719118. QUEDA PROHIBIDA LA COMERCIALIZACION O USO CON FINES COMERCIALES POR PERSONAS Y COMPAÑIAS AJENAS A MAXUS SERVICIOS LINGÜISTICOS U AQUELLAS QUE NO HAYAN PEDIDO AUTORIZACION EXPRESA PARA SU USO COMERCIAL.