SOLUTIONS TO PAGE 32. 1.- Choose the correct option. 1) must 2) needn’t 3) shouldn’t 4) might 5) wasn’t able to 6) ought to 7) could 2.- Use the words in capitals and rewrite the sentences so that they mean the same. 1) You mustn’t tell anyone about our plan. 2) Could you be here on time? 3) You should wear a suit to the interview. 4) Do I need to speak good English? 5) You don’t have to have your own car. 6) The company might ask for a reference. 3.- Complete the sentences with can’t have, might have must have. 1) You can’t have been afraid 2) I must have left it in the car. 3) You must have been hungry. 4) I might have broken it. 5) They must have gone out. 6) They can’t have liked it. 4.- Choose the correct modal to complete the sentences. 1) I shouldn’t have come. 2) She didn’t need to go. 3) You needn’t have bought. 4) didn’t need to ask 5) You should have finished by now. 5.- Complete the idioms and phrasal verbs with the words below. 1) eye 2) nose 3) point 4) off 5) up 6) into 6.- Complete the letter with the following phrases. 1) Mr. Martin 2) enclosed 3) possible 4) could
5) hearing 6) sincerely 7.- Use the phrases below to describe the photo. This picture shows two people on a narrow, long boat in the middle of a river. In the foreground we can see some green and orange blades of grass and reeds, while in the background, beyond the river bank, there are some larger bushes or even trees. The two people on the boat are wearing comfortable clothes, and even if their physical appearance can’t be clearly seen, because they are not in the foreground, it looks like they are both men, although one of them could possibly be a woman. One of them is sitting, with an oar in his hands, and the other one is standing and has a jumper tied around his waist. The one who is standing is lifting some kind of basket from the water, so that he could be fishing with some kind of traditional method. However, he might be doing something different, like searching for objects or manufacturing handmade baskets.