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Modals of Necessity and Suggestion Quiz


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I think the most important thing to stop similar things from ever happening again is to seize every opportunity you (4) ( can / ought to ).

A. can

B. ought to


Choose the correct sentence:

A. You can’t travel by subway late at night. There are no trains after midnight.

B. You shouldn’t travel by subway late at night. There are no trains after midnight.

C. You must not travel by subway late at night. There are no trains after midnight.

D. You don’t have to travel by subway late at night. There are no trains after midnight.


A: I’m planning to go to Bogota next year. When do you think I __________ go?
B: You __________ go anytime. The weather is nice almost all year.

A. ought to / can

B. can / should

C. need to / can

D. should / ought to


A: I __________ decide where to go one my vacation.
B: You __________ go to India. It’s my favorite place to visit.

A. can / should

B. need to / can

C. can’t / should

D. should / can


When you’re in an argument, how important to you is it to be right? Do you think it should be more important or less important to you?
It (1)___________ definitely be less important to me.

A. should

B. must

C. needs to

D. ought


Choose the correct sentence:

A. This city can be dangerous at night. You can’t stay out too late.

B. This city can be dangerous at night. You shouldn’t stay out too late.

C. This city can be dangerous at night. You don’t need to stay out too late.

D. This city can be dangerous at night. You have to not stay out too late.


A: Where __________ I get some nice jewelry in Bangkok?
B: You __________ miss the weekend market. It’s the best place for bargains.

A. should / can

B. can / should

C. should / can’t

D. can / shouldn’t


Then, once you have taken those opportunities, it’s absolutely necessary that you (5) ( have to / had better ) work hard to use them.

A. have to

B. had better


Choose the correct sentence:

A. In Hong Kong, the weather is nice in the fall. You can go there then.

B. In Hong Kong, the weather is nice in the fall. You ought to go there then.

C. In Hong Kong, the weather is nice in the fall. You need to go there then.

D. In Hong Kong, the weather is nice in the fall. You don’t have to go there then.


A: __________ I rent a car when I arrive in Cairo? What do you recommend?
B: No, you __________ definitely use the subway. It’s fast and efficient.

A. Should / can

B. Can / can

C. Should / should

D. Can / should


When you’re in an argument, how important to you is it to be right? Do you think it should be more / less important to you? When you have an argument, what are some things you MUST do? (e.g., respect and listen to the other person.) What are some things you MUST NOT do?

When you argue with someone, you absolutely (4) ____________ respect them and pay attention to what they say.

A. need to

B. have to 

C. should

D. must


Choose the correct question:

A. what must you have to live?

B. What must you to have to live?

C. What must you have to live?

D. What you must have to live?


You (5) _____________ just wait for your turn to speak. That isn’t a conversation, that’s just talking to yourself!

A. shouldn’t

B. don’t have to

C. ought to

D. had better


Since I argue a lot, I guess I (3) ____________ say that I have learned how to argue well.

A. need to

B. ought to

C. can

D. have had to


My sister used to make suggestions and tell me, “you (1) ( ought to / must ) work harder,” but I never listened to her.

A. ought to

B. must


It took me a long time to realize that hard work isn’t something you (2) ( should / must ) do, it’s something that you (3) ( SHOULD / MUST) do.

A. must / SHOULD

B. should / MUST


When you’re in an argument, how important to you is it to be right? Do you think it should be more / less important to you? When you have an argument, what are some things you MUST do? (e.g., respect and listen to the other person.) What are some things you MUST NOT do?

Finally, you (4) _______________ descend to name-calling or attacking their identity or beliefs.

A. must

B. must not

C. mustn’t

D. must not to


When you’re in an argument, how important to you is it to be right? Do you think it should be more / less important to you? When you have an argument, what are some things you MUST do? (e.g., respect and listen to the other person.) What are some things you MUST NOT do?

You (5) _____________ never say something like “that’s stupid” or “only idiots believe that.”

A. must to

B. must

C. need

D. have to


Choose the correct question:

A. Can you to tell me a little about Mexico City?

B. can you tell me a little about Mexico City?

C. You can tell me a little about Mexico City?

D. Can you tell me a little about Mexico City?


It’s one of my greatest faults, and I (2) ___________ get over it eventually.

A. should

B. have to




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