Grammar Quiz

[ Modal Requests ]

Hey there! Can you help me out with this exciting question? When should Zoe use ‘could’ for polite requests?

A. When Zoe wants to give direct orders

B. When Zoe wants to express uncertainty

C. When Zoe wants to show authority

D. When Zoe wants to make requests in a polite or formal manner.

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She asked me ” Could you leave early today, please?”

A. She asked me if I could leave early that day.

B. She asked me to leave early today.

C. She asked me could you leave early today.

D. She asked me to leave early that day.


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I’m having a great time in London. I wish you ….. here.

A. I was you was here.

B. I wish you were here.

C. I hope I meet you here.

D. I hope I can see you.


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