I. Complete the sentences, using modal verbs given in brackets
1. If you keep eating fast food, ____________________________________________. (might)
2. If you promise to finish your homework tonight, _____________________________. (can)
3. If my dad cooks dinner tonight, ___________________________________________ (may)
4. If Mary feels unwell, _________________________________________________. (should)
5. If the child doesn’t want to have toothache, ________________________________. (should)
6. If you want to eat healthy food tonight, _______________________________________. (can)
7. If you promise to finish your homework tonight, _______________________________. (will)
8. If my dad wants to eat raw vegetables, ______________________________________. (must)
9. If we have more money, _________________________________________________. (can)
10. If You want to study abroad, ____________________________________________. (should)
II. What will you say in these situations? Use suitable modal verbs with conditional sentences type 1
1. You are going to have a picnic at My Khe Beach with your classmates this Sunday, but it’s going to rain. You don’t want to go there when it rains. You tell this with your mother.
2. Your father will give you some money to buy books tomorrow. You like to buy a new Oxford dictionary. You tell this with your friend.
3. You want to go to your friend’s birthday party tonight. Your mother allows you to go there, but asks you to come home before 9 p.m. Here what she says to you.
III. Rearrange the mixed words into meaningful sentences:
1. by/ fish/ fresh/ Japanese/ The/ sashimi/ cutting/ make/ simply/./
2. Sushi/ served/ usually/ with/ is/ pickled/ sauce/ and/ ginger/ soy/./