Jill’s plate is empty. She (might / must / should) __________________________________ (eat) her lunch already. , Tom (can / should / may) __________________________________ (know) how cold the weather was going to be. It’s February! It always gets cold in the mountains at this time of year., I know you’re busy, but you (can / might / must) __________________________________ (help) me clear away the chairs! You could see how heavy they were. , Jo (can’t / needn’t / shouldn’t) __________________________________ (see) us. If she had, she would have waved., You (weren’t supposed to / didn’t need to / mustn’t) __________________________________ (start) the exam paper when you did. That’s why the teacher looked annoyed., Rita (must / can / may) __________________________________ (tell) Andy she doesn’t want to go out with him anymore. Otherwise, he wouldn’t be looking so upset., The park was open all day, so we (needn’t / shouldn’t / didn’t need to) __________________________________ (go) home until we felt like it., The head teacher (ought to / have to / need to) __________________________________ (inform) the students that the open day had been cancelled before the weekend. Some students had already arranged to come, which was a waste of time., Harry has already left. I think he (might / must / should) __________________________________ (catch) the nine o’clock train, but I’m not sure. , Sylvia (can / should / may) __________________________________ (tell) us that she was going away. It was really bad of her to let us down in this way., You (can / might / must) __________________________________ (give) me a lift! Didn’t you see me on the side of the road? , William (can’t / needn’t / shouldn’t) __________________________________ (know) about the trip. If he had known, he would have definitely come with us., You (weren’t supposed to / didn’t need to / mustn’t) __________________________________ (tell) Andy about the birthday party when you did. His sister wanted it to be a surprise., Graham (must / can / may) __________________________________ (win) the match he played this afternoon. If he hadn’t won, he wouldn’t be looking so pleased with himself., The concert was free, so we (needn’t / shouldn’t / didn’t need to) __________________________________ (pay) to get in., Sue (ought to / have to / need to) __________________________________ (send) her aunt a card. It was rude of her to forget..


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