Modals. Advanced Grammar Test.

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Which of the four alternatives completes the sentences in the correct or most likely way? Sometimes more than one combination is possible.
Choose the most suitable word or phrase for each space. Answer variants are seen in red on mouse hover.
Modals
Reporting
The future
Be, have, do, make, etc.
Questions
Passives
Verbs: infinitives, -ing forms, etc.
Articles
Determiners and quantifiers
Relative clauses and other types of clause
Adverbs and conjunctions
Prepositions
Organising information
Tenses
Nouns and compounds
Pronouns, substitution and leaving out words
Adjectives

Modals

You.....................mad if you think I'm going to lend you any more money.

should be
are supposed to be
must be
ought to be

I.....................happy to see him, but I didn't have time.

will have been
would be
will be
would have been

We.....................Switzerland four times during the 1990s.

used to visit
would visit
visited
will visit

'Why isn't Tim here yet?' 'It.....................be because his mother is ill again.'

may
can
might
could

If I hadn't come along at that moment, Jim.....................the one arrested instead of the real thief.

might have been
may have been
can have been
could have been

Jenny.....................leave the hospital only six hours after the baby was born.

was able to
could
can
is able to

The car broke down and we.....................a taxi.

must have got
had got to get
had to get
must get

You.....................whisper. Nobody can hear us.

needn't
don't have to
mustn't
need to

Although he didn't have a ticket, Ken.....................come in.

could
can
might
was allowed to

Upper-Intermediate Tests