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PS AR P3 RU L15 (Modals) WS

PS AR P3 RU L15 (Modals) WS

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Name Modals (Lesson 15)
Tutor
Topic __________________________________________________
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Name:
Tutor: Modals (Lesson 15)
Topic:
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T_OPIC NAME

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Primary 3: Rev Up! English

Ticket Booth

2 gold coins
per ticket

1. The carnival looks very fun.
Let’s go and play.

3. I have a 2. But we have no money.
plan. This is How are we going to buy the
what we tickets?
are going to
4. Two gold
do… coins, please.

5. My brother behind Ticket Booth
me will pay for me.
Please let me pass. 2 gold coins
per ticket

6. Four gold
coins, please.

7. My brother behind Ticket Booth
me will pay for me.
Please let me pass. 2 gold coins
per ticket

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8. You have to pay me a total
of 6 gold coins. Pay up now!
Or else, I will call the police.

9. My brothers have Ticket Booth
paid for me.
2 gold coins
per ticket

10. No, they did not! Your brothers and
you lied to me. You have been
dishonest. I will call the police.

11. We are sorry. We have no money but we
really wanted to go to the carnival. Please
don’t call the police. We are sorry that we
lied. We will not do such a thing again.

After hearing the brothers’ apologies, the kind man at the booth
thought for a while and told them his decision.
Of the 3 boxes below, two are his possible replies. Cross out the
reply he would have most likely not used.

You can help me man a You have been very
game stall for half a day dishonest. I am calling the
and spend the rest of the police.
day playing at the
carnival.

You have realised your 2
mistake. I forgive you.

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May Primary 3: Rev Up! English

Modals

May I borrow the basketball from you?

Yes, you may.

You use may when you are asking for permission or when giving permission.
Examples: • May I go to the toilet? Yes, you may.

• May I borrow your pencil? No, you may not.

Can I cannot play basketball very well.

I can play basketball very well because I
practice every day. I can teach you.

You use can to say that someone is able to do something.
You use cannot to say that someone is not able to do something.

Examples: • I can sing very well.
• I cannot dance very well.

Must

You must practise playing basketball every
day. You will become better.

You use must to talk about things that you have to do. 3
We use must not to say that something is not permitted or allowed.
Examples: • I must listen to my teacher.

• You must not jaywalk.

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Shall

Shall we play basketball tomorrow?
Yes, we shall.

You use shall when asking for help, giving suggestions or stating what you intend to do.
You use shall for “I” and “We”.

Examples: • Shall we watch a movie tomorrow? • Shall I try this pair of shoes?
• I shall take the bus to school tomorrow.

Will

Will you pass me the
basketball please?

You use will to ask someone to do something, make a promise or make a prediction.

Examples:

• Will you please keep quiet? • I will buy that toy for you for your birthday.
• Will you pay attention in class? • It will rain tomorrow.

Modals Negative
can cannot / can’t
will will not / won’t
shall shall not / shan’t
must must not / mustn’t
may may not / mayn’t

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Exercise 1: Fill in the blanks with “must” or “mustn’t”.

1 1. You 2. You
go straight. You
turn left turn left
or right. when you
see this sign.
4. You
stop when you 3. You be
see this sign.
careful because there

is a railway crossing.

5. You
slow down as this is a
pedestrian crossing.

7. You 6. You
be careful and
be careful reduce your speed
and be as there are
prepared to roadworks.
stop at the
traffic lights.

8. You 9. If you want to be
turn safe, you
obey all the traffic
left or right but rules.
you
go straight.

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Exercise 2: Underline the correct modal in the bracket.

Mum 1. Mum, ( may , shall ) I meet my friends for a movie Peter
later? Peter

2. You may go only if you have finished your
homework. You ( must , shall ) finish it first.

3. ( Can , Will ) I do it after the movie, please?

Mum 4. No, you ( can , cannot ). You have to finish your
homework now!

5. Yes, Mum. I ( will , may ) do it now.

6. Teddy, I ( can’t , mustn’t ) join all of you for a movie
today as I have to finish my homework. I am sorry.

Peter 7. Oh no! That is too bad. Hopefully, you ( can , can’t ) Teddy
Peter finish your homework fast and join us. It will be
fun. Teddy

8. Teddy, ( will , shall ) you help me with the Mathematics 6
homework? I don’t know how to solve many of the
questions.

9. Peter, I will help you tomorrow. There are some
questions that are very difficult and I ( can’t , shan’t )
do them too. 10. ( Shall , Will ) we ask John
tomorrow? He is a Math whiz!

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Exercise 3: Read the following sentences and circle the correct answers.

How to cross the road at the traffic light junction
Red
Man
Green
Man

Dear boys and girls,
Here are some traffic rules that you have to follow at all times.
1) You ( must , may ) wait for the green man to be lit before

crossing the road.

2) You ( can’t , won’t ) cross the road when the red man is lit.
3) Even when the green man is lit, the cars ( may , shall ) not

stop. You must wait until all the cars have stopped before crossing the road.
4) A reckless driver ( may , must ) beat the red light.
5) Remember, you ( must , shall ) look left, right and left again before crossing the road.
6) You ( may , must ) be alert at all times and watch out for cars.
7) You ( can’t , won’t ) play with your phone while crossing the road.
8) You ( won’t , mustn’t ) be able to see if your eyes are on the phone.
9) If you follow my instructions, you ( will , can ) be fine.

Yes, Miss Tan. I ( will , may ) follow your 7
instructions when crossing the road. Thank you.

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Exercise 4: The phone messages are all jumbled
up. Draw lines to match them. Once
you are done, practise asking and
answering the questions in pairs.

1. Mum, may I go the
park to play with my
friends?

(b) No, I won’t. I have
to attend a piano
lesson tomorrow.

(d) Yes, you may go to
the park. Remember
to come home early
for dinner.

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Exercise 5: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrases from the box.

Dear Pupils, Helping phrases
• will face the appropriate punishment
• I will only give a warning to the culprit
• cannot play soccer near the music room
• I shall investigate the matter thoroughly and find the culprit
• must own up to their mistakes

Please take note that the window in the music room is broken. A ball was found at
the scene. Someone might have kicked the ball and broken the window.

1. I have warned all of you that you

.

2. but he or she must come
and apologise to me in my office.

3. If the culprit apologises to me, I may choose to forgive him or her.

4. However, if no one owns up,

.

5. He or she will not be let off so lightly and

.

6. Pupils of this school have been taught to be honest and
.

From
Your Principal,
Mr Richard Chan

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