L5: Past modals
Look at the prompt and use past modals to write a sentence.
Terms in this set (10)
I should have gone to the party.
I didn't go to the party. (It was good. I should...)
I should have studied.
I didn't study. (We had a test. I should...)
He might have been there.
He wasn't there. (Actually, I'm not sure. He might...)
I shouldn't have gone to the party.
I went to the party. (It was bad. I shouldn't...)
She might not have been there.
She was there. (Actually, I'm not sure. She might not...)
He couldn't have been at the party.
He was at the party. (Wait. He was sick. He couldn't...)
He could have been there.
He wasn't at the party. (Actually, there were many people and I didn't see everyone. He could...)
She might not have been right.
She was right. (Actually. I'm not sure. She might not...)
They might not have taken the test.
They took the test. (Actually, I'm not sure. They might not...)
I shouldn't have gone there.
I went there. (It was bad. I shouldn't...)
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