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1. Fill the space with Do / Did / Does / Don’t / Didn’t / Doesn’t

DOES your friend live near here?

I DON’T understand why she DIDN’T want to come to the party last night.

DID you see your grandmother yesterday?

I DIDN’T finish my homework last night, sorry.

When DOES the show begin this evening?

2. Choose between Might / May / Can / Could

Rafa Nadal has been in form recently, he MIGHT/ MAY / COULD win the trophy.

I CAN play the guitar.

I COULD play the guitar, but I can’t now.

CAN / COULD you please help we with the washing up?

MAY / CAN I smoke here?

Barcelona are playing really well at the moment, they MIGHT / MAY / COULD win the league.

3. Arrange these sentences properly

DOES / TIME / THE HOTEL / OPEN / WHAT ?
What time does the hotel open?

US / SHE / DOESN’T / WANT / WHY / JOIN / TO ?
Why doesn’t she want to join us?

SO / COULDN’T / MY HOMEWORK / I / WILL / HAVE TO / THE TEACHER / FINISH / I / SAY SORRY TO
I couldn’t finish my homework so I will have to say sorry to the teacher

WILL / BRING / HOW MANY / YOU / OF THEM ?
How many of them will you bring?

WAKE UP / HAD TO / I / TODAY / EARLY
I had to wake up early today.
Today I had to wake up early.

DO / THAT / SHOULDN’T / REALLY / YOU
You shouldn’t really do that.

4. Put the negative of these sentences

He isn’t English / He’s not English

He doesn’t (does not) live in Riba-Roja

She can’t (cannot) play the guitar

I won’t (will not) see you tomorrow

I didn’t go home last night

They weren’t (were not) singing songs

He hasn’t (has not) finished his homework / He’s not finished his homework

 

5. Choose between Have / Has / Had

I have had three eggs for breakfast this morning

I had had three eggs for breakfast before I went into town.

She has written at least six books over the past few years.

They have got a lot of problems at the moment.

We have played football since midday.

It has rung three times today.

6. Will or TO BE + Going to?

The ball comes to Messi in front of an open goal, he is going to score – he does!

Oh, are you cold? I’ll (I will) open the window.

In the year 2073, the comet will pass the earth again, say astrologers.

Nostradamus predicted that the world will end in the year 7041.

I am going to see my grandparents after school today.

Have you decided whether you are going to come to the cinema with us yet?

 

7. Should or Must?

You smoke too much, you should cut down, really.

Smoking is banned here. You must not do it.

What do you think I should wear for the fancy dress party?

You must remain silent in the library. It’s forbidden to make any noise.

I should have left the party earlier, because I feel really tired this morning.

Oh no, I’ve lost my keys! I must have left them at the restaurant!

 

8. Put the abbreviated form of these auxiliaries and modals. One of them does not have an abbreviated form.

He doesn’t know me

You mustn’t swear

She won’t come tonight

I’m Spanish

He isn’t Spanish / He’s not Spanish

He’s finished his homework

We’ve written our cards

They won’t have finished by tomorrow night

He can’t understand you

He mustn’t argue so much

You may not bring it, no. THERE IS NO ABBREVIATED FORM.

She’d finished telling the story.

 

9. ING or TO + INFINITIVE ENDING?

I am bored of telling you the answers.

She isn’t interested in talking about it

I’m tired, I need to stop walking.

You should try wearing a scarf if you’re cold

You need to do your homework

I’m angry about losing the game

I forgot turning off the oven, but it turns out I had turned it off, after all.

I forgot to turn off the oven, and the cake was burnt!

If you begin to fall asleep, then you should stop driving.

He suggested switching off the electricity.

He said that fighting with your enemies is always a last resort.

I’ve never believed in resorting to violence.

Have you ever wanted to leave it all behind and moving away?

He decided that drinking was a bad idea.

I’m thirsty, why don’t we stop to drink a glass of coke.

 

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