Write positive statements, negative statements or questions from these prompts.
Example: It’s my wedding anniversary tomorrow (statement + should)
You should buy your partner a fantastic gift and take them out for a meal.
Now try writing these 10 from the prompts:
- “I have never been to Manchester Art Gallery, is it worth going?” (statement + ought to because)
- Ask me if I am able to ride a unicycle. (question + can/could)
- Ask me if you can have a chair. (question + may)
- “What time do I have to come to Mark’s class?” (statement + have to)
- “Do you know the weather forecast for tomorrow?” (statement + will)
- “Where should we go tonight?” (suggestion/question + shall)
- “Is it necessary to take an umbrella today?” (negative statement + need to)
- Ask me if I have a pencil. (question + could)
- “What are you going to have for dinner?” (statement + might)
- “Can I drink beer in class?” (negative statement + must)
- “Do I need to do lots of homework?” (statement + ought to)
- “This work on modal verbs is very difficult.” (Suggestion/question + shall + we + easier)
- Yes, you ought to go because there are some interesting paintings there.
2. Can you ride a unicycle?
3. May I have a chair, please?
4. You have to come to Mark’s class at 9.15am.
5. I think it will be cloudy.
6. Shall we go to the cinema?
7. No, you don’t need to because it isn’t raining.
8. Could I borrow your pencil?
9. I might have pizza.
10. You mustn’t drink beer in class.
11. Yes, you ought to do lots of homework.
12. Shall we do something easier?
THIS WEEK’S PERSONALITY ADJECTIVES & PHRASES
|a good laugh
||pull your weight
|keep yourself to yourself
Writing task: The Ideal Student
Use the 2nd person and describe the ideal student.
Use at least 8 of the adjectives and phrases.
Write at least one statement using:
must, should, don’t need to, ought to, have to, might, shall