CES Language Quiz # 2 – Would/Should/Could
This week, Hannah teaches us about the use of modals: Could/Should/Would. Watch the video and take the quiz below!
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This is a listening test. Listen to the audio. Which word do you hear?
You look tired. You _________ go to bed.
If you could go anywhere, where __________ you go?
I __________ read a newspaper when I was 4 years old.
What __________ you like to drink?
__________ you help me? I'm looking for the station.
Hello, I __________ like to buy a shirt.
CES Language Spot # 2 - Would/Should/Could
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