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ROUND-UP 4 - NEW AND UPDATED - UNIT 9


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la  Unit 9: FUNCTIONS OF MODAL VERBS  din manualul la limba engleza pentru clasa a VI-a intitulat ROUND-UP 4 – NEW AND UPDATED,  Editura Longman, Autori Virginia Evans, Editia 1992

ROUND UP 4 – NEW AND UPDATED ENGLISH GRAMMAR BOOK
Unit 9

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 122

2. can
3. could/ was able to
4. could/ was able to
5. haven’t been able to
6. could/ was able to
7. couldn’t/ wasn’t able to


Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 123

2. couldn’t/ wasn’t able to
3. couldn’t/ wasn’t able to
4. was able to
5. can’t
6. could/ were able to
7. can’t
8. haven’t been able to
9. can
10. can


Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 124

2. may/might
3. must
4. could
5. must
6. might/ may
7. can’t
8. may/ might
9. must
10. may/ might/ could

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 125

2. can’t
3. may/ might/ could
4. could/ might/ may
5. can’t
6. may/ might

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 126

2. can
3. mustn’t/ can’t
4. Can/ Could
5. Could
6. May/ Could
7. can
8. mustn’t/ can’t


Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 127

2. Shall
3. could
4. Shall
5. Could
6. can/ could
7. would
8. will

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 128

2. Could/ Would
3. would
4. ‘ll
5. would
6. Could/ Can
7. ‘ll
8. Shall

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 129

2. will
3. won’t
4. Shall
5. will
6. Shall
7. ‘ll
8. shall
9. shall


Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 130

2. should/ ought to
3. had better
4. should/ ought to
5. had better
6. had better

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 131

2. have to
3. must
4. have to
5. have to
6. must


Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 132

2. don’t have/ need to
3. mustn’t
4. needn’t/ don’t have/ need to
5. didn’t have to
6. didn’t have/ need to
7. do … have to


Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 133

2. mustn’t
3. mustn’t
4. can’t/ mustn’t
5. needn’t
6. mustn’t
7. needn’t
8. mustn’t
9. can’t
10. mustn’t
11. needn’t

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 134

2. You needn’t buy any apples. I bought some yesterday.
3. You must take your medicine or you won’t get better.
4. You mustn’t pull the cat’s tail.
5. You needn’t do the washing up. I did it myself.
6. You must tell me the truth or I’ll punish you.

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 135

2. impossibility/ improbability (I don’t think)
3. offer (Would you like me to)
4. advice (I advice you to)
5. refusing permission (mustn’t)
6. advice (it’s a good idea)
7. giving permission (it is allowed)
8. polite request (It is possible to)
9. advice (it’s a good idea to)
10. possibility/ probability (perhaps there is)
11. necessity (it’s necessary to)
12. polite offer (Shall I)
13. request (Will you)
14. necessity (I’ve decided it’s necessary to)
15. giving permission (may)
16. prohibition (it’s forbidden to)
17. offer (Would you like me to)
18. ability in the past (was able to)
19. absence of necessity (it isn’t necessary to)
20. necessity (Is it necessary?)
21. possibility/ probability (it’s very possible that…)
22. absence of necessity (it wasn’t necessary to)
23. obligation (You have to)
24. possibility/ probability (it’s possible that…)

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 136

2. He ought to be more careful.
3. That must be John’s car.
4. He can’t be her brother.
5. He wasn’t able to swim when he was five.
6. He might win the race.
7. You mustn’t play in their garden.
8. They didn’t need to repair the car.
9. Would you like me to poor you another drink?
10. You can’t eat so much.
11. Shall I open the window?
12. She could still be at work.
13. Would you like me to help you with that?
14. She can’t be the woman who spoke to me.
15. We needn’t go shopping with Mum.
16. Can she really be 50 years old?
17. You had better tell him the truth.
18. You should study harder.

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 137

2. Could you help me please? – more polite
3. May I use your phone? – formal
4. Might I use your phone? – more formal
5. Can I use your phone? – friendly
6. You can sit with us. – friendly
7. You may sit with us. – formal
8. You can’t stay up late. – friendly
9. You may not sit with us. – formal
10. Would you like me to help you? - more polite, formal
11. Shall I help you? - friendly
12. Can I have some more tea? – friendly
13. Could I have some more tea? - more polite

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
ex 138

2. have to (external necessity)
3. may/might (possibility)
4. needn’t (absence of necessity)
5. mustn’t (prohibition)
6. don’t have/ need to (absence of necessity)
7. May (asking permission)
8. Shall/ Can (suggestion/ offer)
9. would (polite offer)
10. Will (request)
11. may/can (permission)
12. ought to/ should (advice)/ have to (external necessity)

Round-Up 4 – New and Updated
Writing Activity


… bring your own sleeping bag. You should bring some pocket money with you and a first aid kit. You mustn’t bring any tobacco and you mustn’t leave the camp on your own. You mustn’t leave anything valuable in your tent either. You can bring a cassette player or walkman if you want to and some sports equipment. You may invite your family to visit you at the camp too. If you don’t want to, you don’t have to join in all the activities and, of course, you don’t have to attend the daily exercise class.

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