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Modals: Good Advice vs. Bad Advice

Modals:  Good Advice vs. Bad Advice
Modals:  Good Advice vs. Bad Advice
Modals:  Good Advice vs. Bad Advice
Modals:  Good Advice vs. Bad Advice
Modals:  Good Advice vs. Bad Advice
Modals:  Good Advice vs. Bad Advice
Modals:  Good Advice vs. Bad Advice
Modals:  Good Advice vs. Bad Advice
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Should, could, have to, must, don't have to...you COULD have your students fill out worksheets and exercises to practice using these modals, or you COULD get them engaged with these 30 different situations!

Have your students determine from a list of pieces of advice which would be the best and which would be the worst for each given situation. Watch your students laugh out loud, argue with each other while justifying their answers, and have fun while learning and practicing English!

Each of the 30 situation cards has a minimum of four pieces of advice. Some is outrageou; some is quite good. What's the right answer for each? Allow your students to choose and justify their choices!

Included:
✔ 1 teacher's page
5 pages with 6 cards each

Interested in more about modals? Check these out!
Grammar Activity: logical conclusions using the modal "must"
Grammar Guide: Modals Summary Chart
Linguistic Investigation: Modals
Grammar Activity: Advice, Recommendations, & Suggestions
Total Pages
6 (30 cards)
Answer Key
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