Presentation Summary : Modal Verbs Carmen Torres What are modal verbs? They are: Can Could May Might Must Shall Should Will Would Ought to Modal verbs are sometimes referred to as Modal ...
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Presentation Summary : Modal verbs Meanings and use Main modal verbs Must Have to Ought to Need to Should Can/ could May/might Main values / meanings Must ...
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Presentation Summary : MODALS IN THE PAST Aim: to learn about the modal verbs in the past WHAT MAKES MODAL VERBS SO SPECIAL THAT THEY FORM A WHOLE SPECIAL GROUP OF VERBS?
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Presentation Summary : Modal verbs do not follow the pattern of normal verbs. They have no past or future and they do not take ‘s’ for the third person singular:
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Presentation Summary : MODAL VERBS Can/ Be able to / Can’t CAN Different uses: Abilities or capacities (to know or to be able to). Mary can swim very fast. Request, ask or give permission ...
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Presentation Summary : Modal Auxiliary Verbs Similar Expressions * * imperative sentences give commands make polite requests give directions COMMAND REQUEST DIRECTIONS (a) Sit down!
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Presentation Summary : Modal Verbs: be able to, be allowed to, be supposed to. The Warehouse Madrid. Intermediate Group
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Presentation Summary : The English verb system uses helping verbs more often than does the Spanish, ... Constructing Modal Verb Phrases B. Two-word modal verb phrases, ...
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Presentation Summary : Modals can - could will - would may - might - must shall - should Modals used as auxiliary verb (e.g. I can go) do not show tense or subject agreement (e.g.
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Presentation Summary : MODALS Carmela y Alba MODALS What are the uses at modals verbs? Modal verbs are used to convey the speaker's intention or opinion regarding the action that indicates ...
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Presentation Summary : MODAL VERBS CHARACTERISTICS They are auxiliary verbs. To form the negative we add not. They have the same form for all the persons. They are followed by the ...
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Presentation Summary : We can use verbs such as 'must' or 'should' to say when something is necessary or unnecessary, or to give advice.For example: Children must do
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Presentation Summary : Modal verbs - meanings Meaning Modal verb ability can Obligation/duty Must / have to, has to permission may, can prohibition mustn’t advice Should /shouldn’t Not ...
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Presentation Summary : Modal Auxiliaries verbs Modal auxiliaries combine with verb forms to help Express Attitudes: Can, could, may, might, must, ought, shall, should, will, would.
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Presentation Summary : Modal Verbs. The Modal Verbs are: Can – could – will – would - shall – should – may – might – must – had to – mustn’t – needn’t.
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Presentation Summary : Modal Verbs Obligation Authority/ strick t obligation Must Have to Advice Should Ought to Prohibition Can’t Not to be allowed to (I am not allowed to/ you are not ...
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Presentation Summary : Simple Modal Verbs Form and Uses General aspects as regards FORM Main USES of modal verbs We will deal with modal verbs grouped according to the concept they mean ...
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Presentation Summary : MODALS FOR SPECULATION (NAGADJANJE, PRETPOSTAVKA) Aim: to learn how to use modals for speculation TRANSFORM THESE SENTENCES 1. I am sure they are rich.
Source : http://www.chem.bg.ac.rs/~jasmina/Week%208/Lesson%2022_Modals%20for%20speculation.ppt