Fill each of the following gaps with a suitable auxiliary or auxiliary form.
1Schoolboy to friend: I left my book at home. . . .I share yours?
2I’m taking swimming lessons. I hope to . . .to swim by the end of the month.
3You . . .better take off your wet shoes.
4I’m sorry I’m late. I . . .to wait ages for a bus.
5Teacher: You . . . (obligation)read the play, but you . . . (no obligation)read
6I knew he was wrong but I . . . (hadn ‘tthe courage)to tell him so.
7You’re getting fat. You . . .to cut down on your beer drinking.
8He . . .to smoke very heavily. Now he hardly smokes at all.
9The new motorway . . .opened this afternoon, (plan)
10I’ve come without any money. . . .you possibly lend meЈ5?
11 Ann: . . .we meet at PiccadillyCircus?
12Tom: It . . .be better to meet at the theatre. We . . .miss one another at Piccadilly.
13 . . .you like to come canoeingwith me next weekend?
14Mary: I . . .to pay 20p. for this little chap on the bus yesterday.
15Ann: My little boy’s under three so I . . . (No obligation. Use present tense.)to pay
16The plane . . .landed (unfulfilled plan)at Heathrow,but it has been diverted to
17You’ve spelt it wrong. There . . .be another ‘s’.
18You . . .told me! (I’m disappointed that you didn’t tell me.)
19We . . .to take a taxi. Otherwise we’ll be late.
20At the holiday camp we . . .to get up at six and bathe in the river.
Then we . . .come back and cook an enormous breakfast, (routine actions)
21Tom . . .know the address. (Tom probably knows.)
22Tom . . .know the address. (I’m sure thatTom knows.)
23I’ve lost my umbrella! I . . .left it on the bus! (deduction)
24Theatre regulations: At the end of the performance the public . . . (are permitted to)
leave by all exit doors.
25If I . . .you I’d get a taxi.
26Did you paint it yourself or did you . . .it painted?
27You . . . (negative)to be driving so fast. There’s a speed limit here.
28You . . . (request)get me some aspirin when you’re at the chemist’s.