Modal auxiliaries

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The forms of be (am, are, is) in English – Exercise 1

Questions with can and can't – word order – Click Exercise

Short answers with can, can't – Exercise

Questions with do or does – Exercise 1

The verb do (do, don’t, does, doesn’t) in the Simple Present – Exercise 1

The verb do (do, don't, does, doesn't) in the Simple Present – Exercise 2

have got or has got in questions – Exercise

How to write haven't got and hasn't got correctly – Exercise

Contracted forms and long forms in English – Exercise 1

Contracted forms and long forms in English – Exercise 3

Contracted forms 'm, 're, 's in English sentences – Exercise

Contracted forms of to be (am, are, is) – Exercise

's – is or has – Contracted forms – Exercise

Modals and their substitute forms in the Simple Past and the will-future – Exercise

Is there/Are there – Questions and Answers in English – Exercise

There is /There are – Sentences and questions in English – Exercise

There is/There are – Sentences and Questions in English – Exercise