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Modals for obligation & necessity

Here’s some stuff to brush up on modal verbs with multiple choice activities.

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B2 Modal verbs for obligation, prohibition and necessity

Choose the best option

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Which option has a similar meaning?

It wasn't necessary for you to do the dishes. 

Which option has a similar meaning?

It is forbidden to smoke within the building. 

 

Which of the options below has a similar meaning?

They insisted on us dancing to a silly chorus. 

You were______be here ages ago! That is what we had arranged. 

You ________take the car. We can walk there it isn't far. 

What drinks ________ bring  for the party? I'd love to help with the organisation.

You ______driven in such dangerous weather conditions. 

Which option DOES NOT have the same meaning?

It wasn't necessary to bring so much food. 

 I_________go now or I'll miss the meeting. 

Which option has a similar meaning?

You should let your children play out a little more often.  

You had___go home it's very late. 

Did they apologise?

They ought to have apologised.

 

The meeting has been cancelled so we_______fly to New York. 

Which sentence DOES NOT mean the same?

If I were you, I'd get a medical appointment.

Which sentence DOES NOT mean the same?

You've finished your assignments. So you can leave if you want.

Which option has a similar meaning?

Her workmates refused to let her make contributions for the concert. 

Poor dog! His kennel really _______cleaned. 

He_______accused me of lying. That was really wrong and I'm upset now

Which option has a similar meaning?

It is forbidden to take photos in the museum. 

 

Do nurses have a good salary?

Nurses ought to get a good salary.

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