Fill in the gaps with must have, might have, can’t have, or should have.
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done this project on your own. You aren’t experienced enough to do such calculations.
You can’t have done this project on your own. You aren’t experienced enough to do such calculations.
- 1.Troyseen something. He was there when the accident happened.must have
- 2.I don’t believe you. Youread five hundred pages in one night.can’t have
- 3.Yougone to bed earlier the previous night. I see that you are not listening to me because you are too drowsy.should have
- 4.Luisacome to her office already. I saw her entering the building some time ago.must have
- 5.Youtold me earlier about your problems. I am your friend and I want to help you.should have
- 6.Leonaalready paid the bill. Though, I am not certain about that.might have
- 7.Don’t tell Teresa anything about your decision now. She is too emotional. I think sheexperienced some problems in the past, but I’m not sure.might have
- 8.Aaronridden his bike for two hundred miles. He is not fit enough for that.can’t have
- 9.Youseen this movie already. You seem to know for sure what is going to happen.must have
- 10.I am not sure, but shegone home already. Check her office.might have
- 11.We’ve gone the wrong way. Weturned right at the traffic lights.should have
- 12.Youseen me in the park. I was at home all day long.can’t have
- 13.Lilysaid those awful words. She is the kindest person I know.can’t have
- 14.Iforgotten my phone at home. I definitely remember seeing it on the table.must have
- 15.He is not certain but somebodystolen his wallet while he was getting on the train.might have