Class 12 English Book
Unit: 2 Family
Grammar Exercise Solution
- Choose the best answer to complete the sentences.
- ‘How much was your parking ticket?’ ‘Fifty rupees.’ ‘Oh well, itcould have been worse.’
- could have ii. must have iii. should have
- It might have got lost in the post. These things happen sometimes.
- can’t have ii. might have iii. must have
- ‘Sorry I’m late. I got delayed at work.’
‘You could have called. I was really worried about you.’
- must have ii. could have iii. would have
- ‘I don’t think he meant to be rude.’ ‘He must havesaid sorry.’
- must have ii. might have iii. would have
- ‘Whose signature is this?’ ‘I don’t know. It couldbe Manoj’s. That looks a bit like an M.’
- i. must could iii. should
- I had it when I left the office so I must havelost it on the way to home.
- mustn’t have ii. must have iii. should have
- You mightthink it’s funny, but I think it’s pathetic.
- might ii. should iii. could
- Complete the following sentences with appropriate endings. Use correct modal verbs.
She could be a doctor; however,…………….…………… .
She could be a doctor; however, she preferred to be an advocate.
- At the end of the course, students must complete their assignments.
- If you want to earn a lot of money, you should start business.
- You were not in your house yesterday. You might have been enjoying the public holiday.
- I’m quite busy tomorrow. I could not play PUBG with you.
- When you were a small kid, you might be notorious.
- My car is broken. I might find a mechanic.
- I’ve got a fast speed internet at home. I should utilize it.
- Even though she didn’t study well, she might have given the exam.
- There are plenty of newspapers in the library. You can read any one.
- What do you think you were doing, playing in the road? You could be hit by a truck.
- I have no time. I could not play with you
- You don’t look well. You might be ill.