CES Language Spot #5 – Could Have, Would Have, and Should Have

This week, Hanna teaches us about Could have, should have, would have. These past modal verbs are all used hypothetically, to talk about things that didn’t really happen in the past.

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Quiz Time!

Choose the correct word to complete the sentence.

1. Luke __________ (pass) the exam if he’d studied a bit more.

Correct! Wrong!

2. I ____________ (buy) bread but I didn’t know we needed it.

Correct! Wrong!

3. We _____________ (start) saving money years ago, now we can’t buy that car!

Correct! Wrong!

4. Amanda _____________ (finish) the work, but she felt ill and had to go home.

Correct! Wrong!

5. Lucy __________ (leave) earlier. She missed her flight.

Correct! Wrong!

6. I didn’t know you were sick! I was free all day yesterday and I ___________ (visit) you!

Correct! Wrong!

CES Language Spot #5 - Could Have, Would Have, and Should Have
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