Exercise 21

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Модальные глаголы
Модальные глаголы
Exercise 21. Define the meaning of must, should, ought. Translate the sentences into
Russian.
Exercise 21. Define the meaning of must, should, ought. Translate the sentences into
Russian.
1. You really must work harder if you want to pass your exams. 2. Dan is too tired. He
should not drive really. 3. I feel sick. I should not have eaten so much ice-cream. 4.
It's a very good book. You ought to read it. 5. You must move your car. It blocks
the way. 6. He ought to have passed his driving test easily. 7. Why should I do the
cooking? 8. It smells of the sea. So it should. That's the old sea wall. 9. Kate should
be happy. She's passed her exam. 10. The baby oughtn't to play with a box of matches.
1. You really must work harder if you want to pass your exams. 2. Dan is too tired. He
should not drive really. 3. I feel sick. I should not have eaten so much ice-cream. 4.
It's a very good book. You ought to read it. 5. You must move your car. It blocks
the way. 6. He ought to have passed his driving test easily. 7. Why should I do the
cooking? 8. It smells of the sea. So it should. That's the old sea wall. 9. Kate should
be happy. She's passed her exam. 10. The baby oughtn't to play with a box of matches.
Exercise 22. Complete the sentences with may, must, should, might, using the words in
brackets.
Exercise 22. Complete the sentences with may, must, should, might, using the words in
brackets.
1. You ... (treat) him better. He deserved it. 2. He made an excellent report. He
... (study exactly). 3. I ... (post) the letter yesterday but I forgot. 4. I ... (not stay)
up so late last night. I'm so tired this morning. 5. The situation is very difficult but
it's important that everyone ... (stay calm). 6. My letter ... (arrive yesterday) but
it didn't. 7. I rather got the idea he ... (run across) somewhere a bit like her
before. 8. There ... (be something) in him for she is desperately in love. 9. He really
... (help me). He wasn't busy. 10. He is the only person who ... (be able to help).
11. Не ... finally (fall asleep) because he was awakened by Mrs. Pryce knocking at the
door. 12. Why ... your mother (come first)? She doesn't love you. 13. Mike ... (not
give in). He was right.
1. You ... (treat) him better. He deserved it. 2. He made an excellent report. He
... (study exactly). 3. I ... (post) the letter yesterday but I forgot. 4. I ... (not stay)
up so late last night. I'm so tired this morning. 5. The situation is very difficult but
it's important that everyone ... (stay calm). 6. My letter ... (arrive yesterday) but
it didn't. 7. I rather got the idea he ... (run across) somewhere a bit like her
before. 8. There ... (be something) in him for she is desperately in love. 9. He really
... (help me). He wasn't busy. 10. He is the only person who ... (be able to help).
11. Не ... finally (fall asleep) because he was awakened by Mrs. Pryce knocking at the
door. 12. Why ... your mother (come first)? She doesn't love you. 13. Mike ... (not
give in). He was right.
Exercise 23. A. Somebody is coming to your city. What should they see and do? Use
should and ought to.
Exercise 23. A. Somebody is coming to your city. What should they see and do? Use
should and ought to.
1. come during white nights 2. stay at least for a week 3. book a room in advance
4. choose a hotel in the centre of the city 5. go to the suburbs such as ... 6. buy
souvenirs in the largest department store 7. sail in a water tram along rivers and
canals 8. have a night walk along the embankment 9. visit the world famous
museum Hermitage
1. come during white nights 2. stay at least for a week 3. book a room in advance
4. choose a hotel in the centre of the city 5. go to the suburbs such as ... 6. buy
souvenirs in the largest department store 7. sail in a water tram along rivers and
canals 8. have a night walk along the embankment 9. visit the world famous
museum Hermitage
B. A friend is going on a beach holiday. What are the things he ought to take, wear or
do.
Example:
You ought to take sunglasses.
B. A friend is going on a beach holiday. What are the things he ought to take, wear or
do.
Example:
You ought to take sunglasses.
Exercise 24. Rewrite the sentences using the verbs in brackets followed by that...
should as in the example.
Example:
"Let's go to the cinema," they said to us (suggest). They suggested
that we should go to the cinema.
Exercise 24. Rewrite the sentences using the verbs in brackets followed by that...
should as in the example.
Example:
"Let's go to the cinema," they said to us (suggest). They suggested
that we should go to the cinema.
1. "You must visit us," they said to me (insist). 2. "I'll pay for the damage," I said to
him (agree). 3. "Why don't you sell your car?" I said to my friend (suggest). 4.
"You must buy a larger dictionary," the teacher said to me (suggest). 5. "Please, give
my money back," I said to the shop-assistant (insist). 6. "Stay in bed for a few
days," the doctor said to me (recommend). 7. "Why don't you give up smoking?"
the doctor said to him (advise). 8. "Won't you come up?" She asked (suggest). 9.
"Tell me what you would like me to do," Ann said (propose).
1. "You must visit us," they said to me (insist). 2. "I'll pay for the damage," I said to
him (agree). 3. "Why don't you sell your car?" I said to my friend (suggest). 4.
"You must buy a larger dictionary," the teacher said to me (suggest). 5. "Please, give
my money back," I said to the shop-assistant (insist). 6. "Stay in bed for a few
days," the doctor said to me (recommend). 7. "Why don't you give up smoking?"
the doctor said to him (advise). 8. "Won't you come up?" She asked (suggest). 9.
"Tell me what you would like me to do," Ann said (propose).