Modals of deduction

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Practice the use of modals to express deduction.

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Question 1

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It [blank_start]can't[blank_end] be him, he's in France this week.
Answer
  • can't
  • must
  • might

Question 2

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Don't worry, it [blank_start]shouldn't[blank_end] take long to drive there.
Answer
  • shouldn't
  • must
  • might

Question 3

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Please come inside, it [blank_start]must[blank_end] be freezing outside.
Answer
  • must
  • might
  • couldn't

Question 4

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I will try to be there early but I [blank_start]might[blank_end] arrive late if there's a lot of traffic.
Answer
  • might
  • can't
  • must

Question 5

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They [blank_start]can't[blank_end] be from Spain, they're speaking Portuguese
Answer
  • can't
  • must
  • might

Question 6

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Don't leave the glass there. It [blank_start]may[blank_end] fall down and break.
Answer
  • may
  • must
  • couldn't

Question 7

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I'm almost sure that the bus [blank_start]should[blank_end] have left by now.
Answer
  • should
  • could
  • may

Question 8

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She's not home yet. She [blank_start]might[blank_end] have worked late.
Answer
  • might
  • shouldn't
  • can't

Question 9

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She didn't come to work today. She [blank_start]may[blank_end] have felt ill.
Answer
  • may
  • couldn't
  • must

Question 10

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You better hurry up or you [blank_start]could[blank_end] miss the bus.
Answer
  • could
  • musn't
  • should

Question 11

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He is very busy, he [blank_start]may[blank_end] not be able to come to the party tonight.
Answer
  • may
  • can't
  • must

Question 12

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You walked all the way here! you [blank_start]must[blank_end] be exhausted.
Answer
  • must
  • might
  • couldn't

Question 13

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You [blank_start]can't[blank_end] possibly be tired, you just woke up.
Answer
  • can't
  • might
  • may

Question 14

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I don't like the sound of the engine. It [blank_start]could[blank_end] be a mechanical problem.
Answer
  • could
  • mustn't
  • can't

Question 15

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It [blank_start]can’t[blank_end] be a mechanical problem. I've just taken the car to a mechanic.
Answer
  • can’t
  • might
  • could