Choose the best alternative.
I_____ see the President. There were too many people.
weren’t able to
don’t have to
am not able
_____ you mind if I used your dictionary?
_____ run if you feel tired.
Don’t have to
A horse _____ go twice as fast as an elephant.
is used to
A: I don’t like this medicine.
B: Don’t worry. I’m sure you’ll soon _____ it.
get used to
A: Do you like Florida?
B: Not really. I’m not _____ the heat.
be able to
got used to
A: Does your father smoke?
B: He _____ but not any more.
was able to
was used to
It is funny. I really enjoy jogging now but I_____.
didn’t used to
A: Did your mother tell you stories when you were small?
B: Yes, she _____ tell me Nasrettin Hodja’s stories.
A: I’m getting a bit fat.
You might eat a bit more
You shouldn’t eat so much
You cannot be hungry
You used to eat a lot
A: We must go soon, mustn’t we?
B: Yes, we_____ go.
will have to
I_____ get up than stay in bed.
When I was a child I _____ bite my nails.
had better not
Nobody _____ come yesterday.
wasn’t able to
were able to
If I were you I_____ see a doctor.
B: No, thank you. I’ve had enough.
Would you like a coffee?
Do you like strawberries?
Could you set the table?
Would you like some more?
This _____ be the right road. There is no other way.
You _____ get the 9.45 train. You could get the 9.55 and still arrive in time.
Hurry up! It is a quarter past! We really_____ be late.
You _____ play an instrument to enjoy classical music.
didn’t have to
A: I thought there was a cinema here.
B: There _____ be. It’s now a supermarket.
A: Isn’t there a toilet?
There must be one somewhere
There can be after the interval
I’m afraid I need more details
It isn’t in the program
You _____ hurry if you want to catch that bus.
has got to
Last year Janet_____ run 800 meters in 2 minutes 45; now she _____ do it in 2 minutes 20.
was able to / is able
couldn’t / could
could / can
can’t / is able to
I’ve got toothache. I _____ go to the dentist.
I _____ to study for tomorrow’s exam.
A: Why didn’t you come to the concert last night?
B: Because I _____ visit a friend in hospital.
A: I’m putting on weight.
B: You _____ go on a diet.
You _____ to write and thank him.
Jack is preparing for his exams. We _____.
should go and visit him
ought not to disturb him
ought to phone him
had better watch TV
B: I’m going to study in the library.
What do you usually do at the weekend
What are you doing now
When are you going to study
Are you coming with us to the cinema
A: I’ve got a cold.
B: Then you’d _____ stay in bed.
A: I’ve got a headache.
B: You _____ take an aspirin.
I _____ like jazz when I was a teenager.
B: Yes, they do.
Do your friends write to you
Do you and your brother like tea
Do we have to leave now
Do they live in Vancouver or Edinburgh
A: Were they playing tennis?
B: No, they _____.
Mother is still in bed, and _____ my sister.
My brother was very hungry, I _____too.
We live in a small flat, and they do, _____.
A: Colin didn’t like the film.
So did I
Neither did I
So do I
Nor do I
A: Nick isn’t good at maths.
Nor is his sister
So is his brother
Neither does his father
His elder brother is, too
A: I haven’t said anything.
Nor did I
Nor have I
I didn’t, either
A: My father plays chess very well.
So does my father
Nor does my father
Neither my father
My father is, too
He said, “It may rain later in the day.” He said that it_____ rain later in the day.
He _____ take his medicine three times a day. The doctor told him to.
I feel tired. I _____ go to bed.
You _____ do your homework. If you don’t, you’ll fail the examination.
We haven’t got much time. We _____ hurry.
We have got plenty of time. We _____ hurry.
didn’t use to
didn’t need to
You _____ do it now. You can do it this afternoon.
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