English Course Online 45
- Vocabulary related to
- Grammar point: Modal verbs
1/ Vocabulary Practice
- Modal verbs
- I could sleep
- I couldn’t
- I’m dog tired.
- Could I ask you?
- No, you couldn’t
- I would do it
- but I wouldn’t have the time to finish.
- to tidy up.
- You should do it
- You shouldn’t disturb me
- to come up the stairs.
- I must finish it
- you mustn’t worry
- to take your shoes off
- you might not make
- so much noise.
- May I get you
- another cup of cocoa
- It might help you
- to relax.
- I shan’t need it.
- She shouldn’t have bothered.
- She could have bought
- She ought to buy daffodils
- next time
- they are in season
- all the time
- to grow them in greenhouses.
- They mustn’t be that difficult to grow.
- I would get to bed if I were you
- to cure everything
- I shouldn’t be too long.
- I wouldn’t worry too much
- You may not have anything at all.
2/ Grammar Practice
3/ Sentence Practice
I could sleep for a week, I couldn’t sleep at all last night and now I’m dog tired.
Could I ask you to put the dog in the kitchen? No, you couldn’t, you can do it yourself self.
I would do it but I wouldn’t have the time to finish tidying up.
You should do it in the morning, you shouldn’t disturb me when you come up the stairs.
I must finish it tonight. you mustn’t worry about me disturbing you.
You might take your shoes off then you might not make so much noise.
May I get you another cup of cocoa. It might help you to relax. I shan’t need it.
Did you see the flowers your sister brought us? She shouldn’t have bothered.
She could have bought something less expensive. Roses are really beautiful.
She ought to buy daffodils next time they are in season all the time. I think they must grow them in greenhouses.
They mustn’t be that difficult to grow.
I would get to bed if I were you, sleep cures everything. I shouldn’t be too long.
I wouldn’t worry too much If I was you. You may not have anything at all.
4/ Practice Quiz
Complete the quizzes below.
- Today’s comprehension interactive video:
- Today’s sentences drag and drop:
- Today’s grammar fill in the right words: