Friday, 26 June 2020

AHSEC Class 11 | Modal Auxiliary | English grammar with previous year solutions

AHSEC Class 11 | Modal Auxiliary | English grammar with previous year solutions

AHSEC Class 11 | Modal Auxiliary | English grammar with previous year solutions
MODAL AUXILIARY FOR CLASS 11


Fill in the blanks with appropriate model auxiliaries:

H.S. 2016
We should love our country. (moral duty)
I must pay my loan. (compulsion)

H.S. 2017
He must pay his dues before he can be allowed to sit at the examination. (compulsion)
He should listen to what his parents say. (moral duty)

H.S. 2018
We can play football. (ability)
May I come in? (permission)

H.S. 2019
When I was young, could run faster. (ability)
All candidates must bring their admit cards on the day of the examination. (compulsion)


ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT QUESTION

1.Add ‘shall’ or ‘will’ whichever be correct in the following sentences.
I shall see you tomorrow.
He will go in a day or two.
We will come again next Sunday.
You will do it.
If you do not listen to me, you will suffer.
You will be eighteen next month.
I shall not permit that kind of behavior.
I shall do my best to help you.
Will you go home now?
I shall help him with the money before I leave for London.

Add ‘should’ or ‘would’ whichever be correct in the following sentences.
I would like to recite a poem.
We should always study together.
She would often come to our house when she was here.
Everyone should obey the laws of the country.
I would like to see the Superintendent of police.
He would like to spend the evening with Ram.
He should be in his office now.
Would you please lend me five rupees?
Would you like to have a cup of tea?

Add ‘can’ or ‘could’ whichever be correct in the following sentences.
He can speak German.
I could run very fast when I was young.
You ­­­can go now.
Could you lend me your book for a day?
I would help him if I could.
Accident can happen at any time on this busy road.
He can come to my house at any time.
Could you move your chair a bit please?
He could have done it.

Add ‘may’ or ‘might’ whichever be correct in the following sentences.

It may rain this evening.
May God save the king.
He might have been more careful.
May I come in Sir?
He might have reached home by now.
May his soul rest in peace.
You may go.
I may implore you to accede to my request.
Ram may invite you in his wedding anniversary.
We may have a stormy night.

Fill up blanks with ‘must’, ‘mustn’t, ought to.

He must do it tomorrow.
You ought to respect your elders.
You must obey the rules and regulations of this school.
Students must prepare their lessons well.
I must win the prize.
He must have helpful to his brother.
You mustn’t disobey his master.
You mustn’t smoke in the presence of your elders.
You must go now.

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