If I would be the principal I would reduce the school hours. (Correct), If I had the money I will buy a new car. d) Prediction: He thinks it will rain tomorrow. (inability), 6) ________ you prepare the dinner please. As a gesture of support, please follow us on Facebook and YouTube. Had she studied, she would have excelled. For Ex-, Auxiliary Verb ‘shall’ is used to express an offer, suggestion, expectation or to give advice. e) Belief (Will + have to): We will have to take the train as we are running 15 minutes late. c) Probability: This gold price ought to rise in value. We shall stay for few more days. (request politely). d) Past Ability (Could + have – indicates the action did not take place in the past): You could have have drowned in the sea. (non possibility), 11) I ________ see to it that the job is completed. (Incorrect), Did I not tell you that I would qualify? Note: (When Dare is used as auxiliary verb, ‘-s’ is not taken in the third person singular.). She also have an adorable skills of adaptability and research proficiency which makes her work more impactful, eye catching and informative. c) Past of ‘Will’: I knew that she would be very successful in her career. (Correct), Julie said she may come for dinner. (suggestion), 17) You________ go to the party. (Mild persuasion), 31) You ________ respect elders. (ability), 2) The horse is old, but it ________ still run for miles. Used commonly in questions and negatives to express necessity. It is used to express the events or the things of past that were willingly performed and are also used to express the unreal possibilities. Choose the modal auxiliary that would show obligation and best complete the following sentence: (Incorrect), Peter wouldn’t eat broccoli when he was a kid. (Incorrect), Shall we begin the meeting now? (Incorrect), I will make dinner tonight/ I will be making dinner tonight. The above sentences use ‘can’ as a Modal Auxiliary Verb to express the ability of completing a specific task (verb). Past simple questions where we expect a „yes “ or „no“ reply. (past occurrence). e) Don’t take -s form for third-person singular (cans, musts). The project shouldn’t be finished on time. e) Conditional of ‘Can’: If I had more time, I could travel around the world. Verify your answer with the answers provided in the end of the exercise. For Ex-, The Negative Form of ‘should’ can also be use to express questions-, ‘Should’ can also be used to predict or expect a future event, as shown below-, The Negative Form of should- ‘Shouldn’t ‘can also be used to negate an expectation, as below-, Auxiliary Verb ‘May’ can be used into different forms as described below-, To express statements when we are not sure about the occurrence of an event-, The Negative form of the ‘may’ can be used to express the negative as shown below-, ‘May’ can be used to make polite requests as shown in the statements below-, Auxiliary Verb ‘might’ is used to express the occurrence of an event, which has a remote possibility of occurrence. (future possibility), He may not come for the meeting. You must be hungry. (present possibility), 10) He _________ have received the money by now. a) Moral Duty/ Obligation: You ought to to serve your motherland. Q. b) Remote or Slight Possibility: We might win a lottery but I doubt it. c) Perhaps/Possibility: I dare say he will agree to our proposal. The best way of using ‘might’ as the Past Tense of ‘may’ is while talking about past events as demonstrated in the Examples below-, Auxiliary Verb ‘must’ indicates a necessity or urgency as expressed in the sentences below-. (polite request), 7) When I was young I _________ play for hours. Modal: Modal Verbs, Modal auxiliary, Modal Exercises for English Grammar. For Ex-. a) Necessity/ Obligation: You must follow the instructions. What would you do if you are stranded on an island? The Negative form of modal Verb ‘can’ can also be used to express inability by complementing it with ‘not’.