Click the most appropriate answer between brackets:
- It is already nine O’clock. I [ can / must / may ] be at work.
- She did badly at the English test. She [ might / should have / ought to ] revised her lessons well.
- Last night I was alone at home so I [ should / had to / can ] prepare dinner myself.
- They [ must / mustn't / must have ] arrived yesterday. They took the train two days ago.
- Don’t make too much noise. You [ might / must / should have ] wake the baby.
- I [ shouldn't / mustn't / can't ] find my keys anywhere. I wonder where they are.
- Everybody wants to see that film. It [ can / mustn't / must ] be very interesting.
- You [ have to / may / don't have to ] help me if you don’t want to.
- Why didn’t you participate in the contest? You [ could have / had to / will ] won the first prize.
- They ate all the food in the fridge. They [ may have / must have / could have ] been very hungry.
- [ May / Will / Shall ] you help me with Maths please?
- She is extremely rich. She [ mustn't / needn't / ought not to ] go to work.
- The boys [ mustn't / couldn't / won't ] play this sort of game. It is dangerous.
- You [ shouldn't have / don't have to / couldn't ] answer me immediately. Take your time.
- She didn’t come to the meeting. She [ might have / wouldn't have / will have ] forgotten about it.
Modal Verb Quiz (2)