Modal Verbs Exercise 6

Multiple Choice Exercise

Choose the correct answer for each gap below, then click the "Check" button to check your answers. Some gaps may have more than one correct answer.
Donna: If I won the ten million dollar lottery jackpot, I afford to quit my job and travel the world.

Sam: Where you go if you had that much money?

Donna: I don't know, I choose to spend a year in Paris - or perhaps I go to Kenya.

Sam: How often do you buy lottery tickets?

Donna: Never... I guess if I want to win the lottery, I try buying some tickets.

Sam: That help.

Waitress: Hi, my name is Sandy - I'll be your waitress tonight. What can I get for you?

Tony: I haven't decided yet. Is there anything you recommend? Is there anything you think I try?

Waitress: You try the Cajun catfish - or perhaps the Gumbo. They're both delicious.

Tony: That sounds wonderful, but that be a little too spicy for me. Actually, the prawns sound good. Umm, I have the barbecued prawns?

Waitress: Sure, you like a salad with that?

Jan: What we look for in a candidate when we vote in a presidential election?

Peter: I think citizens vote for a President who has the ability to improve the quality of life in the United States.

Jan: What you do if you were President of the United States?

Peter: I focus on reducing environmental pollution.

Jan: Every candidate always says he's going to do that, but it's a really complicated problem - it's not one which is easily solved. What makes you think you actually stop pollution?
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