A. Supply the correct form of has to or should in these sentences.
1. I'm sorry I couldn't get here on time. I (go) to the bank.
2. I (go) to the dentist yesterday but I forgot all about it.
3.we (begin) work at 9 o'clock but we never do.
B. Supply the correct form of can or able to in the following.
1. you show me the way to the station following.
2. I gave him a few lessons and he soon swim.
3. They jump into the sea before the boat sank.
4. You not leave this room until you get permission.
C. Supply the missing words in these sentences.
1. There will be a dance tonight the Green Park Hotel.
2. The players our them are all red shirts.
3. He returned England August 10th.
4. I'll meet you the corner Wednesday.
5. He's incapable controlling the class.
6. He is not interested anything outside his work.
7.I don't want to be involved this unpleasant affair.
8. He failed his attempt to reach the top of the mountain.
D. Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses.
I crossed the street avoid (meet) him, but he saw me and came
(run) towards me .It was no use (pretend) that I had not seen him, so I waved to him. I never enjoy (meet) Nigel Dykes. No matter how busy you are, he always insists on
(come) with you, I had to think of a way of (prevent) him from (follow) me around all morning.
'Hello, Nigel,' I said. 'Fancy (meet) you r here! '
‘Hi, Elizabeth,’ Nigel answered, ‘I was just wondering how to spend the morning—until I saw you. You're not busy (do) anything, are you?’
‘No, not at all', I answered. 'I 'm going to …’
‘Would you mind my (come) with you?’he asked, before I Had finish (speak).
E. Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses.
Though people have often laughed at stories told by seamen, it now (know) that many ‘monsters’ which at times (sight) are simply strange fish. Occasionally, unusual creatures (wash) to the shore, but they rarely (catch) out at sea. Some time ago, however, a peculiar fish (catch) near Madagascar. A small fishing boat (carry) miles out to sea by the powerful fish as it pulled on the line. When it eventually (bring) to shore, it (find) to a museum where it (examine) by a scientist, (call) ran oafish. Such creatures rarely (see) alive by man as they live at a depth of six hundred feet.
F. Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses.
I tried to wake up my wife by (ring)the doorbell, but she was fast asleep, so I got a ladder from the shed in the garden, put is against the wall, and began (climb) towards the bedroom window, I was almost there when a sarcastic voice below said, ‘I don't think the windows need (clean) at this time of the night.’I looked down and nearly fell off the ladder when I saw a policeman. I immediately regretted (answer) in the way I did, but I said, ‘I enjoy (clean) windows at night.’‘So do I’, answered the policeman in the same tone. ‘Excuse my (interrupt) you. I hate (interrupt) a man when he's busy (work),but would you mind (come) with me to the station?’
‘Well, I'd prefer (stay) here,’I said. ‘You see, I've forgotten my key’.