Grammar Quiz: Modal Check

Topic: Modals | Level: Intermediate

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Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - A modal verb doesn't have a past participle.
Q2 - All modal verbs have a simple past tense form.
Q3 - We can use modals to express our attitudes.
Q4 - Modals form questions by inversion.
Q5 - Modals have gerunds.
Q6 - Each modal has only one meaning.
Q7 - Modals have passive forms.
Q8 - 'Will' and 'shall' are the only modals that can refer to future time.
Q9 - 'May' is the only modal that can be used for asking or giving permission.
Q10 - 'Should' and 'ought' do not have the same meaning.

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Q1 - A modal verb doesn't have a past participle.
True False
Q2 - All modal verbs have a simple past tense form.
True False
Q3 - We can use modals to express our attitudes.
True False
Q4 - Modals form questions by inversion.
True False
Q5 - Modals have gerunds.
True False
Q6 - Each modal has only one meaning.
True False
Q7 - Modals have passive forms.
True False
Q8 - 'Will' and 'shall' are the only modals that can refer to future time.
True False
Q9 - 'May' is the only modal that can be used for asking or giving permission.
True False
Q10 - 'Should' and 'ought' do not have the same meaning.
True False

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