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Complete the replies. Use should/ought to or should have/ought to have.
► Rita: Tom’s car was stolen. He hadn’t locked it.
David: I suppose it’s his fault then. He should have locked it.
► Tom: I can’t sleep sometimes. My neighbours play music all night.
Melanie: That’s a nuisance. They shouldn’t play music all night.
1- Mark: The picnickers left litter everywhere.
Sarah: That’s awful.
2- Emma: Jessica isn’t very friendly, is she? She never says hello to people.
Matthew: I know.
3- Rachel: I don’t think Daniel’s going to get that job. He was late for the interview.
Natasha: That can’t have looked very good.
4- Daniel: Did you see Vicky crossing the road? She didn’t look.
Emma: She could have been killed.
Complete the conversation. Use can’t have, might have, must have and shouldn’t have.
Harriet: There’s a parcel outside. The postman must have left (leave) it.
Mike: Well, (he/ leave) it outside. He isn’t supposed to do that. Someone (take) it. Why didn’t he ring the bell?
Harriet: He always rings. (you / be) out when he came.
Mike: I haven’t been out. So (he / ring) the bell.
Complete the sentences. The second person agrees with the first. Use might have, couldn’t have, etc.
► Matthew: I’m sure the computer didn’t make a mistake. That’s impossible.
Emma: No, of course the computer couldn’t have made a mistake.
1- Mark: I can’t see the letter here now. So clearly someone posted it.
2- Natasha: It’s possible Emma didn’t hear the alarm.
Rachel: Well, I suppose
3- Sarah: Henry drove at 100 miles an hour. Don’t you think that’s dangerous?
Mark: Yes, I do.
4- Daniel: I just don’t believe that Andrew has failed the exam.
Vicky: Andrew? Impossible!