Fill in can, shall, should, are to, need or will
1. Governor: Go and talk to the captains of the tea-ships. My orders are that they _________ unload the tea tomorrow. ____________ you do that for me, please?
2. Officer: Yes, sir. But I don't think they _____________ do it themselves. There are not enough men on the ship.
3. Governor: They _____________ not do it in a day, there is plenty of time until the end of the week. But by Saturday they _________ be finished, or else we __________ not have enough room in the harbour for the new ships we are expecting.
4. Officer: Right, sir. I _____________ do that at once.
Use the conditionals II of 'shall' and 'may'
After the Tea Party the wife of one of the colonists asks her husband:
Ex: (to be more carefull - to lose your life)
Shouldn't you have been more careful?
You might have lost your life.
5. to stay away from the Meeting House - to get shot at
6. to take your gun with you - to need it
7. to talk to the governor first - he - to listen to you
8. to warn the captains of the tea-ships - they - to give you some tea
9. to bring back some of the tea - we - to save some money