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Modal verbs for possibility, probability and logical assumptions.

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B2 Modal verbs for possibility, probability and logical assumptions

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I'm not sure Jan can come to the party next Saturday. 

Tom usually leaves at about 7 so he_______be home by now. 

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I 'm sure they're not on holiday. I saw them this morning at the office. 

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I'm certain that she got on that plane. 

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I'm sure she'll pass her test. She's worked so hard lately. 

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It's very likely Maria has arrived. She left the office two hours ago

If we get a move on, we ___ get a table even if we haven't booked in advance. 

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I'm sure George didn't steal the money. 

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It's highly probable that Maria has arrived at the office by now.

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I don't believe she lost her keys again!

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