Modal verbs games/ worksheets

Loads of pdfs and teaching ideas on the various uses on must, can, should, and semi-modals like have to. If you like anything here and want to help me help you more, please support TEFLtastic.

Updated 11 October 2019

Index pages in this section

Modals of obligation, prohibition and permission page

Modals of probability/ possibility/ deduction page

Can/ Can’t games, worksheets, stories and songs

Past modals page

Will page

Want/ Want To page

Like/ dislike games, worksheets and songs

Other relevant pages

Business modals worksheets page

Advice, suggestions and recommendations page (for should, must, etc)

Other modals games/ worksheets

Language learning advice modal verbs practice

Advice for foreign travellers (zero conditional with imperative and modals)

Advice for parents (zero conditional with imperative and modals)

Making arrangements cultural differences and useful phrases modals practice

Third conditional and past modals advice

Should and shouldn’t jobs discussion and grammar

Advice about visiting your country modals

Travel advice country guessing

Business modals review

6 Responses to Modal verbs games/ worksheets

  1. Hanaa says:

    I liked the website

  2. Susana Silva says:

    This website is fantastic. Congratulations and thank you so much.

  3. alexcase says:

    Thanks for the nice feedback. Spread the word!

  4. Debbie Estes says:

    Great worksheet thanks a lot!!!!!

  5. Peter Wills says:

    Hello Alex, do you know if there are games on your website for Causative Verbs, please? Peter

  6. alexcase says:

    Hi Peter. I’d never heard that term before nor taught a lesson on them all together, so I’m afraid not. There is a page on have something done (not have someone do something) and some verb patterns worksheets have let someone do and make someone do.

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