1. Fill in the gaps with an appropriate modal verb of possibility + an appropriate verb.
e.g. Remind me to call Helen tomorrow because I may forget (50% chance)
It later, so I will take my raincoat just in case. (50% chance)
Question 1 of 6
2. You (be able to) speak some French by now, you have been living there for 3 years!
Question 2 of 6
3. It too warm outside so I don’t think we will need to take our sun cream (30% chance)
Question 3 of 6
4. The meal (be) ready now, so you can take it out of the oven. (90% chance)
Question 4 of 6
5. The match (be) finished already, they only started playing 2o minutes ago! (0-10% chance)
Question 5 of 6
6. Why is John late for the meeting? Use appropriate verbs to talk about past possibility.
He , because we told him about it only yesterday and he always remembers things! (10% chance)
He stuck in traffic, the roads were very busy when I came in this morning. (50% chance)
He lost, because we gave him the address and he has satellite navigation in his car. (20-30% chance)
He is often quite unreliable with early meetings, he (oversleep) (90% chance)
Question 6 of 6
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