Modal Auxiliaries Worksheets:
Can – We walk you through how to spot those pesky auxiliary verbs.
Could – Take a look at how "could" functions in sentences.
A Boxing Match – An epic battle between "can" and "could". You are the referee.
May | Might – We learn how to modify the mood of the sentences.
Modal Auxiliary Verbs – Match the meaning and usage on the left to the correct modal auxiliary verb on the right below. Some answers may be used more than once.
Ought to and Had Better – Fill in the blank with the best choice, ought to, had better, could or should, given the context of the sentence.
Should and Shall – It is different than will in that it is used to express an order or prophecy. The negative of shall is shall not or the contraction shan't.
Modify Me – The right-hand column contains some common modal auxiliary verbs. For each sentence, choose the correct modal auxiliary verb to fill in the blank.
Must and Have to – Read each sentence below. Should the missing word be must, have to or are both correct? Write the correct answer on the line.