Could 2

Level:

Intermediate

Category:

Grammar Exercises

Group:

Modals

Please match the below sentences:

 
 

1 - I'm sure that Harry was sacked for stealing.

a - Not Harry! He must have done something so awful.
b - Not Harry! He couldn't have done something so awful.
 

2 - I've rung their office three times and have had no reply.

a - They must have all gone home.
b - They couldn't have all gone home.
 

3 - That suit looks fantastic.

a - You must have paid a lot for it.
b - You couldn't have paid a lot for it.
 

4 - We went to an excellent restaurant but John hardly ate a thing.

a - He must have been hungry.
b - He couldn't have been hungry.
 

5 - I passed Jane in the street and she didn't speak to me.

a - She must have seen you.
b - She couldn't have seen you.
 
 

6 - You didn't do what I told you to do.

a - You must have been listening.
b - You cannot have been listening.
 

7 - I tried to phone you but there was no answer.

a - I must have been in the office.
b - I couldn't have been in the office.
 

8 - I can't find my wallet.

a - I must have left it in the restaurant.
b - I couldn't have left it in the restaurant.
 

9 - Thank you for all your help.

a - I must have done it without you.
b - I couldn't have done it without you.
 

10 - I tried to phone you but there was no answer.

a - I must have been asleep.
b - I couldn't have been asleep.
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