Modal Verbs for Possibility Test

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Modal Verbs for Possibility Test - GPS, Modal, Auxiliary, modal verbs, possibility, test
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  • There is a typo on the *** sheet - It says I. The bitter cold makes is certain there........be icy roads tomorrow. It should read 'it certain'Otherwise this is great - thank you!

    , Apr 28th
    • Hi Schmauz,
      Thank you so much for getting in touch! It's lovely to hear from you :)
      I can't seem to find the sentence or error on this sheet - could you please let me know which question number it is or let me know if it is a different resource :)

      , Apr 28th
Use this mini test to assess the children's understanding of how to use modal verbs correctly to precisely indicate degrees of possibility
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