1) Invite someone to go to a restaurant for dinner (would, will, could, can) 2) Politely request that one of your classmates run to a nearby coffee shop and buy you a cup of coffee (would, will, could, can, would you mind) 3) Tell the class 3 things that are necessary for you to do everyday (must, have to, have got to) 4) Prohibit your classmates from using their cellphones in class (must not) 5) Give your friend some advice: he/she is invited on a date by a famous person (should, ought to) 6) Give a classmate some advice: she/he didn't do well on a test (had better) 7) One student didn't go to bed early enough last night because she/her was out dancing. She/he is yawning today. Tell her/ him you think it was a mistake (should have/ should not have + past participle) 8) One student went jogging on the beach and lost his/her car keys. Tell him it was a mistake to have had the keys in his/her pocket (should have/ should not have + past participle) 9) In American style college classrooms, students are expected to actively participate. tell the class this (be supposed to) 10) Suggest to your classmates that you all skip the next class (let's, why don't we, shall we) 11) One student is homesick. Make a possible suggestion to try to help (could) 12) You can't find your phone. You are 95% sure it is on the table next to your bed. tell the class (must be) 13) What time is it in your home country? Tell the class what your friend/ sister/ brother is doing right now--you are about 50% certain (may be, might be, could be) 14) Tell the class 3 things that were necessary for you to do before you left your hometown and came to the US (had to) 15) Tell the class 3 things you have the ability to do well (can, be able to) 16) Tell the class 3 things you had the ability to do well when you were younger(could, was able to) 17) What time is it in your home country? Tell the class one thing that you are 99% certain that your friend/ sister/ brother is NOT doing right now (couldn't be, can't be) 18) You are 90% sure your friend will do well on a test. Tell him/her (should, ought to) 19) You are less than 50% sure that you will win money in Las Vegas next weekend. Tell the class (may, might, could) 20) Before you started this class, you went dancing every night. Tell your classmates about this repeated action from the past (used to, would) 21) Tell the class which you prefer: coming to English class or going to the beach to watch the sunset (would rather)
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