would, wouldn’t, should, shouldn’t, must, have to

must, may, might, can, can’t, could, would and should

  • exercise 1: choose could, might, would or should
  • exercise 2: fill in can, could, have to, must, might or should
  • exercise 3: drag and drop exercise with can, could, may, might, should and would.
  • exercise 4: fill in must, can’t, could, may or might
  • exercise 5: choose can, could, may, might or must
  • exercise 6: fill in can, could, may or might
  • exercise 7: choose can, cannot, couldmay (not) or might (not)
  • exercise 8: choose can, couldn’t, should, shouldn’t or must
  • exercise 9: fill in should, shouldn’t, can, can’t or couldn’t

modal mix 

  • exercise 1: multiple choice exercises for practising various modals
  • exercise 2: various exercises for practising should, shouldn’t, should have, shouldn’t have , don’t have to, doesn’t have to, must, mustn’t and must have
  • exercise 3: fill in could (have), couldn’t (have), couldn’t have been, didn’t have, had(n’t), may (have), may not have, might (have), might not have, must (have), must not have, mustn’t (be), mustn’t have, should (have), shouldn’t (be), shouldn’t have (been), would(n’t) have
  • exercise 4: multiple choice exercise reviewing modal verbs
  • exercise 5: choose the correct modal or modal form to fit the sentence
  • exercise 6: choose the correct modal or modal form to fit the sentence

useful pages

  • exercises for practising can, could, to be able to
  • exercises for practising am/is/are
  • exercises for practising was/were
  • exercises for practising to be going to
  • exercises for practising to have to
  • exercises for practising will, won’t, shall, shan’t
  • exercises for practising will, would, shall, should
  • exercises for practising modalities: ability, permission, probablity, deduction, necessity, request and obligation