Modal Verb Exercises For Italian Grammar

The Modal Verb is an essential aspect of Italian grammar, and mastering it will significantly improve your language skills. In Italian, Modal Verbs are used to express ability, necessity, obligation, permission, probability, and more. They are “potere” (can, to be able to), “volere” (to want, to mean), and “dovere” (must, to have to). These verbs are generally followed by an infinitive verb, which allows for a more nuanced expression of the action being described. Practice using these verbs in context, and you will quickly become comfortable with them.

Exercise 1: Fill in the blanks with the correct Modal Verb

Exercise 2: Fill in the blanks with the correct Modal Verb

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