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2 zadania do rozwiązania z czasowników modalnych w j. angielskim. Potrzebuję poprawnego i przemyślanego rozwiązania. Daję NAJ! :)   1. Complete the sentences using the words in bold. Use two to five words. 1. I'm sue she lost the race. (have) She ................................ the race. 2. Perhaps she will phone us something today. (may) She ................................ sometime today. 3. I don't think the Rogers have been living here long. (been) The Rogers ................................ here long. 4. It isn't necessary for you to work on Saturday. (have) You ................................ on Saturday. 5. I'm sure James won't be seeing the boss tomorrow. (be) James ................................ the boss tomorrow. 6. Perhaps he is feeling ill. (be) He ................................ ill. 7. I'm sure Alan wasn't driving carelessly. (been) Alan ................................ carelessly. 8. It wasn't necessary for him to buy a gift, but he did. (have) He ................................ a gift. 9. I'm sure he is considering your offer. (be) He ................................ your offer. 10. Perhaps they rented the flat. (may) They ................................ the flat.   2. Fill in the blanks with a suitable word or phrase practising modals.   1. She ................................ (work) lat last night; she looks exhausted. 2. When we emigrated to Australia, we ................................ (leave) our pets behind. 3. You ................................ (start) learning Spanish if you are going to live in Madrid. 4. You ................................ (not/smoke) cigars on an aeroplane. 5. You ................................ (not/pay) by cheque without a cheque guarantee card. 6. The doctos says I ................................ (lose) weight before my operation. 7. You really ................................ (not/eat) so much red meat. 8. He ................................ (take) your car since he had the keys. 9. Call them later; they ................................ (sleep) now. 10. Ian ................................ (tell) her the truth; she now feels betrayed.  

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1. Complete the sentences using the words in bold. Use two to five words. 1. I'm sure she lost the race. (have) She has lost the race. 2. Perhaps she will phone us something today. (may) She may phone us sometime today. 3. I don't think the Rogers have been living here long. (been) The Rogers haven't been living here long. 4. It isn't necessary for you to work on Saturday. (have) You don't have to work on Saturday. 5. I'm sure James won't be seeing the boss tomorrow. (be) James is not going to see the boss tomorrow. 6. Perhaps he is feeling ill. (be) He is feeling ill. 7. I'm sure Alan wasn't driving carelessly. (been) Alan hasn't been driving carelessly. 8. It wasn't necessary for him to buy a gift, but he did. (have) He didn't have to buy a gift. 9. I'm sure he is considering your offer. (be) He must be considering your offer. 10. Perhaps they rented the flat. (may) They may rent the flat. 2. Fill in the blanks with a suitable word or phrase practising modals. 1. She was working (work) lat last night; she looks exhausted. 2. When we emigrated to Australia, we had to leave (leave) our pets behind. 3. You should start (start) learning Spanish if you are going to live in Madrid. 4. You shouldn't smoke (not/smoke) cigars on an aeroplane. 5. You can't pay (not/pay) by cheque without a cheque guarantee card. 6. The doctos says I should lose (lose) weight before my operation. 7. You really shouldn't eat (not/eat) so much red meat. 8. He could have taken (take) your car since he had the keys. 9. Call them later; they must be sleeping (sleep) now. 10. Ian has told (tell) her the truth; she now feels betrayed.

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