Intermediate grammar exercise: modal verbs for past probability – must have, can’t have, couldn’t have, may have

English grammar practice exercise, intermediate level. In this exercise you will practise using modal verbs to express past probability: must have, can’t have, could have, may have, might have. Instructions: Fill in each gap using one of the above modal verbs. There is a grammar explanation at the bottom of the page. Example:Someone was ringing. I’m sure it was my brother – he promised to call. Someone was ringing. Itbeen my brother – he promised to call. Structure: modal verb + have + past participlemust have been, can't have gone, couldn't have gone,etc.

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The Spectacular Now Movie Review (2013)

[Editor's note: Roger Ebert filed this review for use at Ebertfest. It was not the last review he ever wrote—that would be his piece on "To the Wonder"—but it's one of them. ] AdvertisementHere is a lovely film about two high school seniors who look, speak and feel like real 18-year-old middle-American human beings. Do you have any idea how rare that is? They aren't crippled by irony. They aren't speeded up into cartoons. Their sex lives aren't insulted by scenes that treat them cheaply. The story requires them to make love, but it doesn't insist we see her tits.

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Transfer Rumours

The striker is set to end the season with Manchester United before deciding the next step in his career Jose Mourinho could be ruthless with his first team squad at the end of the season Nine very exciting players linked with moves Italian giants back in for midfielder Cesc Fabregas Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic is on Antonio Conte's radar Jose Mourinho is to run the rule over 16-year-old Helsingborgs forward Reports in Italy claim the Belgian winger has agreed a lucrative new deal in Naples Juanfran Moreno, who arrived at Vicarage Road for £1.

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Speculative Cover Letter

A cover letter is a bit like your personal statement on a UCAS application, but for a job. A speculative cover letter is the same, apart from it’s sent as part of a speculative application, along with your CV. It’s a real chance to show yourself off to potential employers and demonstrate how your skill set fits their company. This is therefore an opportunity to show yourself off in the best way possible and as open-endedly as possible – because you’re not applying for a particular job, you need to show how versatile you are as a candidate and highlight your key skills so that the company can look for places where you could add to their organisation.

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Read "How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School: Expanded Edition" at

Page 3ShareCite Suggested Citation: "1 Learning: From Speculation to Science. " National Research Council. 2000. How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School: Expanded Edition. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10. 17226/9853. × 1Learning: From Speculation to Science The essence of matter, the origins of the universe, the nature of the human mind—these are the profound questions that have engaged thinkers through the centuries. Until quite recently, understanding the mind—and the thinking and learning that the mind makes possible—has remained an elusive quest, in part because of a lack of powerful research tools.

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The Spectacular Now (2013) - IMDb

10 wins & 30 nominations. See more awards » Learn moreEdit Sutter Keely lives in the now. It's a good place for him. A high school senior, charming and self-possessed, he's the life of the party, loves his job at a men's clothing store, and has no plans for the future. A budding alcoholic, he's never far from his supersized, whiskey-fortified thirst-master cup. But after being dumped by his girlfriend, Sutter gets drunk and wakes up on a lawn with Aimee Finecky hovering over him. She's different: the "nice girl" who reads science fiction and doesn't have a boyfriend.

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Why taxing Wall Street won't work

The goal is lofty, audacious and of perfect sound-bite length: Free college tuition for all, paid for exclusively by a "small" tax on "Wall Street speculators. " Brendan McDermid | Reuters The idea of a financial-transaction tax has been kicking around for a while but has gotten more notice since presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley have been calling for it.

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The Prudent Speculator's History

The Prudent Speculator (TPS) Founder Al Frank first learned the value of a good bargain by necessity in his personal life. Later, his frugal approach became his most effective financial strategy as he found that undervalued stocks tend to outperform. He watched his portfolio grow, and as word of his success grew, family and friends started following his insight. He founded TPS in March of 1977 and John Buckingham has continued on his legacy as the editor. John Buckingham is also CIO of AFAM Capital, a boutique asset management company specializing in the management of exchange-traded funds and equity portfolios.

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Dark Souls II keeps in line with its predecessors in the Souls series by providing players with a deep but concealed story that must be pieced together via NPC dialogue, item descriptions, appearance, and geographic clues. We present here an overview of the story. For more in depth discussions and speculation, please visit the Archives - our Wiki forum section devoted exclusively to the game's lore. You can also submit articles to our blog and have them published as lore details.   1. Introduction  Dark Souls II is a sequel to Dark Souls , taking place long after the previous game's events.

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Tips for Solving Cryptic Crossword Puzzles

Over the years I have taught my techniques for solving crosswords to several enthusiasts, for example, my daughter, Rashmi Srinivasa. I hope to be able to teach my grand-daughter, Mallige Anand as well. I would like to share some of these techniques with you as well. Hopefully these techniques will help you enjoy solving cryptic crosswords and give a much-needed fillip to this dying art. After you read the techniques below, try your hand at some of the example clues at the bottom of the page. Synonyms: Most cryptic clues involve knowing the synonyms of some word that is part of the clue.

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