Grammar Quiz

[ Modal Verbs and Contrastive Conjunctions ]

Choose the sentence with the correct use of a contrastive conjunction.

A. He might go to the concert tonight, yet he might also go to the movies instead.

B. We should finish our work today because the deadline is tomorrow, yet we might need to work late.

C. She must finish her project by Friday, but she could also ask for an extension.

D. They could go skiing this winter, yet they could also go to the beach instead.

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