Modals Exercise For Class 10 CBSE

Fill in the blanks with an appropriate modal auxiliary verb.

1. I don’t think that I ………………………… pass the test. (will / would / can)

2. If you improve your communication skills, you …………………………. get a better job. (will / would / could)

3. If we don’t get the money what ……………………………. we do? (will / would / could)

4. You …………………………….. have locked the door before going out. (should / would / can)

5. He ………………………….. not come unless you invite him. (will / would / could)

6. …………………………. we depend on them? (Can / Will / Would)

7. …………………………. I do the washing up? (Shall / Should / Would)

8. …………………………… you open the window? (Can / Shall / Should)

9. Where ……………………………. they have gone? (should / could / would)

10. If you had run faster, you …………………………….. have won. (will / could / should)

11. If I lose the job, we  ………………………….. be in trouble. (will / would / could)

12. …………………………. I open the window? (Will / Shall / Would)

13. If you worked harder, you ……………………………. pass the test. (would / will / should)

14. ………………………….. you like something to drink? (Would / Could / Should)

15. …………………………. I know who you are. (May / Can / Will)

Answers

1. I don’t think that I will pass the test.

2. If you improve your communication skills, you will get a better job.

3. If we don’t get the money what will we do?

4. You should have locked the door before going out. (Use should have + past participle to criticize people for not doing things.)

5. He will not come unless you invite him.

6. Can we depend on them?

7. Should I do the washing up?

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8. Can you open the window?

9. Where could they have gone?

10. If you had run faster, you could have won. (Use could have + past participle to talk about unrealized past ability.)

11. If I lose the job, we will be in trouble. (Use will to make future predictions.)

12. Shall I open the window? (Use shall I/we to ask for suggestion or recommendation.)

13. If you worked harder, you would pass the test.

14. Would you like something to drink? (Use would in polite offers.)

15. May I know who you are? (Use may to ask for permission.)

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