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Category: Modal verbs

Must or have to?

Put each verb in brackets into a suitable verb form with an appropriate modal verb.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. The food (be) delicious. It smells beautiful.2. She's a really nice girl. You (meet) her.3. They're putting their bags into the car. They (go) on holidays.4. Sue has passed her exam. She (be) very happy now.5. (I work) late boss?6. Excuse me, I (deal) an important matter.7. You (visit) us. There is so much to discuss.8. She (work) on Saturdays.9. So much money for this old car?! You (joke).10. Let's call Jim. He's very smart. He (know) the answer.11. Before I went inside,I (pay) for the access.12. You (apologise) if you want her to fogive you.13. I (tell) him about the news.14. I'm a short-sighted, so I (wear) glasses.15. After such a long walk, you (be) exhausted.