Modals of Probability (Present) MCQ Grammar Quiz - Test - Exercise
My classmate can play basketball very well.
He must practice every day.
He must be practice every day.
My uncle is very strong. He can lift 300 kilograms!
He must be exercise a lot.
He must exercise a lot.
John and Steven are running to their next class.
They might be late.
They might late.
There’s someone studying at the library.
It can’t David. I think he’s at home.
It can’t be David. I think he’s at home.
Can you see that bright light in the sky?
It could a spaceship.
It could be a spaceship.
My cousin just went shopping and bought lots of clothes.
She must have lots of money.
She must be have lots of money.
Susan is telling everyone the password.
It mustn’t be a secret.
It mustn’t a secret.
What’s the capital city of the United States?
I don’t know but it can’t New York.
I don’t know but it can’t be New York.
My classmate just raised her hand.
She must know the answer.
She must be know the answer.
I just saw Mathew and he looks really nervous.
He might be going to his driving test.
He might going to his driving test.
Hey! Look out the window, everyone. It’s snowing!
It can’t be snowing! It’s August!
It can’t snowing! It’s August.
My friend never passes his exams at school.
He mustn’t study very hard.
He mustn’t be study very hard.
My brother decided not to buy the TV.
It must very expensive.
It must be very expensive.
Oh, no! My car won’t start. What’s wrong with it?
It may be out of gas.
It may out of gas.
I looked everywhere but I can’t find Mrs. Smith.
She must be at home.
She must at home.
I’m not sure but I think our exam is on Thursday.
It can’t on Thursday.
It can’t be on Thursday.
Eduardo is usually very tired in the mornings.
I think he can’t be get much sleep.
I think he can’t get much sleep.
Our TV remote control doesn’t work.
We may be need to buy some batteries.
We may need to buy some batteries.