# Modal Probability Quiz

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Identify the sentence that uses a modal to express a low probability in the present.

A. She must be at work.

B. He might be sleeping.

C. They can’t be at the park.

D. You should finish your project.

Which sentence correctly uses a modal to express a present impossibility?

A. She must be at the office.

B. He might be at home.

C. They can’t be here already.

D. You should call him.

Which of the following sentences uses a modal to express a high probability in the present?

A. She might be at the gym.

B. He must be the new teacher.

C. They can’t be serious.

D. You should call her.

Complete the sentence with the appropriate modal: “If she didn’t answer the phone, she ______ have been busy.”

A. must

B. might

C. can’t

D. should

Which sentence correctly uses a modal to express a past probability?

A. She must be tired after the long journey.

B. He might have forgotten the meeting.

C. They can’t be at the office now.

D. You should finish your homework.

Given the sentence: “She ______ be at home because her car is not in the driveway.” Which modal best fits the context to express probability?

A. must

B. might

C. can’t

D. should

Which of the following sentences uses a modal to express a high probability in the present?

A. She might be at the library.

B. He must be the new manager.

C. They can’t be serious.

D. You should call her.

Complete the sentence with the appropriate modal: “He ______ have known about the surprise party, but he acted surprised.”

A. must

B. might

C. can’t

D. should

Which of the following sentences uses a modal to express a high probability in the past?

A. She must have forgotten her keys.

B. He might be at the store.

C. They can’t be serious.

D. You should call her.

Choose the correct modal to complete the sentence: “Considering the weather, it ______ rain later.”

A. must

B. might

C. can’t

D. should

Choose the correct modal to complete the sentence: “Given the evidence, he ______ have committed the crime.”

A. must

B. might

C. can’t

D. should

Which sentence correctly uses a modal to express a past impossibility?

A. She must have been there.

B. He might have been late.

C. They can’t have finished already.

D. You should have known.

Identify the sentence that uses a modal to express a low probability in the past.

A. She must have seen the email.

B. He might have missed the bus.

C. They can’t have known about the event.

D. You should have called me.

Complete the sentence with the appropriate modal: “She ______ be the one who left the door open, but I’m not certain.”

A. must

B. might

C. can’t

D. should

Choose the correct modal to complete the sentence: “They ______ have left already, but I’m not sure.”

A. must

B. might

C. can’t

D. should