Modals Exercises for Class 9 CBSE With Answers

What are modal verbs?
Modals (also called modal verbs, modal auxiliary verbs, modal auxiliaries) are special verbs that behave irregularly in English. They are different from normal verbs like “work, play, visit…” They give additional information about the function of the main verb that follows it. They have a great variety of communicative functions.

Basic English Grammar rules can be tricky. In this article, we’ll get you started with the basics of sentence structure, punctuation, parts of speech, and more.

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Modals Exercise For Class 9 CBSE With Answers PDF

Modals are special verbs. They are a type of auxiliary verb. We use them to show or indicate the possibility, certainty, permission, ability, and probability. Modals can take various forms.
Modals Exercises for Class 9 CBSE

Modals Solved Exercises Example With Answers for Class 9 CBSE

Diagnostic Test 13

Complete the letter using the correct word to fill in each blank.

Dear Deep,
I was delighted to know that you are building a new house. As a friend, I (a) ………………………. like to offer a word of advice that (b) ………………………. largely solve your water problems in future years. You (c) ………………………. build in a water harvesting system in your house.

This (d) ………………………. be done by digging a percolation tank near your house. Drains from the roof (e) ………………………. carry the rainwater to the tank. This (f) ………………………. help to recharge groundwater.

Yours sincerely,
Sneh
Answer:
(a) would
(b) will
(c) must
(d) can
(e) will
(f) will

Score: For each correct answer award yourself 1 mark.
5-6 – good
3 or less – You need to develop your grammar skills through adequate practice.

Modals Practice Exercises Example With Answers for Class 9 CBSE

Fill in the blanks using suitable modals.

  1. He ………………………. (not) go out as it is raining.
  2. The meeting will start just now. They ………………………. be present.
  3. They ………………………. start early as it was getting dark.
  4. You ………………………. not pluck flowers from the garden.
  5. She ………………………. stay up late. She is unwell.
  6. We ………………………. to spend our money carefully.
  7. ……………………… you go there?
  8. Come what may, I ………………………. finish it by today.
  9. They ………………………. abuse the beggars.
  10. We ………………………. look after our aged parents.

Answer:

  1. must not
  2. have to
  3. had to
  4. must
  5. mustn’t
  6. ought
  7. Need
  8. have to
  9. should not
  10. should