Here you can find practice exercises for be to. There are now just 4 worksheets in this section but the number of worksheets on Busy Teacher is always growing because of worksheet contributions from teachers like you. One of the most popular modal worksheets helps students practice modals of obligation. The entire exercise takes about thirty to forty minutes and includes a number of modal verbs. It is a great group activity where students make rules and regulations for specific locations without using certain words. It is very clever and there are enough location cards for eight groups. If your class is larger, you can have duplicates or make up your own cards while for smaller classes, you might have students work individually or perhaps in pairs to complete the activity. Be sure to allow time for students to share their rules with the class at the end of the activity. There are many other modal verb worksheets so choose another subsection if you are focusing on a different modal verb or the main modal verb section if you would like a combination or review activity such as the one described above.