Grammar Quiz

[ Modal Verbs and Contrastive Conjunctions ]

Which sentence correctly combines a modal verb and a contrastive conjunction?

A. He might go to the party tonight, but he must finish his work first.

B. We should go for a hike this weekend, yet we might just stay home and relax.

C. She could buy a new dress for the occasion, or she can wear something from her closet.

D. They must complete the project by Friday, yet they might need an extension.

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