1.Do you mind if we talk tomorrow? I would like to go to the cinema today and it's very late.
2. Would you like to come to dinner tomorrow evening?
3. Would you mind buying the dessert?
4. Would you like a seat near the window?
1. I haven't spoken to Judith for a long time. I must phone her.
2. He must study before he goes out with his friends.
3. That restaurant is always full. It must be good and cheap.
1. I have to wear this uniform for working.
2. Why did you have to go to the doctor?
3. I had to see my family before leaving for the airport.
Don't have to/don't need to/needn't
1. I don't have to work this Saturday morning.
2. You don't need to wear your coat today but don't forget your sunglasses.
2. You needn't take a car. The cinema is near here.
3. We didn't have to pay at the museum. Entry was free.
1. I need to think about this. I will phone you tomorrow.
2. I need to buy a new pair of shoes.
1. You mustn't smoke in the lift.
2. She mustn't read my diary if I don't want her to.
Should/Ought to/had better
1. I should buy a bottle of wine for dinner.
2. He should wear a suit for the job interview.
3. She ought to go to the hospital to see her friend.
4. What do you suggest I ought to do about my job?
5. That restaurant is very expensive. You had better go to the bank now.
6. Are you going out tonight? I had better not, I've got a lot to study.
Can/could/be able to
1. We can see Dalt Vila from all the bedrooms in the new flat.
2. When we stayed in Egypt we could see the Giza pyramids from our hotel.
3. I used to be able to swim one hour without stopping.
4. I was be able to finish my homework because nobody interrupted me.
- She may be working
- She might want to be alone
- She may be busy
- She might not work here any more.
-She might have gone home early...
1. Teaching practice passes very quickly.
2.My neighbour speaks perfect English. My neighbour speaks English perfectly.
3. We bought this book specially thinking about you. We hope you like it.
4. I usually feels nervous before an exam.
5. The trip was very badly organised.
6. I don't speak English very well, but I can understand perfectly if people speak slowly and clearly.
1. Samuel thinks the Formula One is very interesting. Samuel is interested in Formula One.
2. Getting to know new countries is always exciting. I'm really excited when I start a trip.
3. Pictionary is amusing game, we played at friend's house yesterday.
When we play Pictionary I'm amused.
1. In Winter Mary eats two oranges every day.
2. When we were in Venice we stayed in a suite-room near the center.
3. Can I ask you some questions?
4. I've got a lot of things.
1. In winter Mary drinks orange juice every morning.
2. I haven't got enough money.
3. He had bad luck.
4. I've got experience but at the moment is dificult to find work.
Shall I go whith you?
Shall we play again tomorrow?
Be going to
I'm going to buy some toys and a book. Tomorrow I start my holidays, I'm going to look for my daughter.
Will be v-ing
Tomorrow morning I'll be travelling to China. On the plane I'll read my new book.
Will have + past participle
In ten hours I'll have arrived and I'll have met my daughter.