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?
Source : http://www.chem.bg.ac.rs/~jasmina/Week%204/Lesson%2010/Lesson%2010%20Modals%20in%20the%20Past.ppt
Presentation Summary : modals. Modals don’t have -s, -ed, or -ingendings. Modals are always followed by the base forms of verbs.
Source : http://online.morainevalley.edu/websupported/PatriciaGalien/documents/Modals.ppsx
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.
Source : http://www2.hawaii.edu/%7Esford/esl/EA09/modals.ppt
Presentation Summary : Title: Past Modals Created Date: 11/24/2009 1:26:45 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Other titles: Corbel Arial Calibri Georgia Matrix diagram Slide 1 ...
Source : http://www.worldofteaching.com/powerpoints/english/Past%20Modals.ppt
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 ...
Source : http://www.freewebs.com/englishforyou2/modalverbs.ppt
Presentation Summary : USE. MODALS / SEMI-MODALS. Ability. Can - Could - Be able to. Possibility. Can – Could – May - Might . Prohibition. Can’t – Mustn’t – May not. Logical ...
Source : http://englishandmath.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/power-point-2.pptx
Presentation Summary : Modals are helping verbs that do not change according to the tense and are always in the base form. I can He can They will She must. They are followed by the main ...
Source : http://englishandmath.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/power-point-1.pptx
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
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 ...
Source : http://carolinarovira.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/u6-modals.ppt
Presentation Summary : All the sentences contain modals. Modals add to the meaning of the verb. John can drive. You should study every night. They can’t run very fast.
Source : http://www.oakton.edu/user/0/amyblu/MODALS.pptx
Presentation Summary : AUXILIARY VERBS & MODALS Main uses In short answers: Do you believe in psychics? Yes, I do Are you a self-confident person? Yes I am To avoid repeating the main verb ...
Source : http://eoienglishcorner.wikispaces.com/file/view/AUXILIARY+VERBS.ppt
Presentation Summary : Modals and semi-modals Modals and semi-modals Modals Can, may, must… They are the same for all persons. You must pay attention. They don’t need an auxiliary verb ...
Source : http://our-world-in-english.wikispaces.com/file/view/Modals.ppt/376401044/Modals.ppt
Presentation Summary : Modals of Ability and Possibility Modals of Ability: Can and Could; Be Able To Past, Present, and Future Ability Modals of Future Ability Grammar Sense 2, Chapter 9
Source : http://www.nplainfield.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=10545&dataid=12417&FileName=Modals%20of%20Ability%20and%20Possibility%20PPP.ppt
Presentation Summary : Modals Modals are auxiliary verbs that are used with main verbs to give advice and express ideas like ability, necessity, or possibility. Some examples of modals are ...
Source : http://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/jcain/Grammar%20Slides/Modals.ppt
Presentation Summary : How certain is it? (present time) Ali has been studying in IEP for 1 and a half years. I’m sure that Ali speaks English well now. Ali must speak English well now.
Source : http://www.yourenglishlife.com/docs/modals-degrees-of-certainty.pptx
Presentation Summary : Modal verbs All modals form their negative by adding not. I shouldn’t eat chocolate I don’t should eat chocolat (X) Modal verbs Also, all modals are followed ...
Source : http://paracuellosmayores25grado.files.wordpress.com/2014/02/modal-verbs.ppt
Presentation Summary : How Could You, Should You and Would You Teach Modals? Prepared by: Stacey Larson-Everson What are modals? Auxiliary verbs Can Could Had better May Might Must Ought to ...
Source : http://www.fuesd.k12.ca.us/cms/lib5/CA01000513/Centricity/Domain/23/modals.ppt
Presentation Summary : A Note to Students and Teachers: Are English Verbs “Ichsa”? ... A NOTE ABOUT SEMI-MODALS Another way to say “must” is “have to” ...
Source : http://www.etni.org.il/grammar/verb.ppt
Presentation Summary : Review Modals and modal-like expressions express degrees of certainty. Certainty Modals and modal-like expressions express degrees of certainty.
Source : http://www2.bakersfieldcollege.edu/jhart/Main%20Page/ENSL%20B1/B1%20PowerPoints/Presentation%202.pps
Presentation Summary : MODALS - INTRODUCTION. MODAL VERBS can, could, may, might, must, ought to, shall, should, will and would: are always used before another verb in its infinitive form ...
Source : http://www.fasper.bg.ac.rs/nastavnici/Otanjac_I_Maja/predavanja/Gramatika%20-%20predavnja/MODALS.pptx
Presentation Summary : Title: Jeopardy Subject: ESL - Review Level 2 Author: James Bakker Keywords: verbs, modals, nouns, past tense, future Description: course review game
Source : http://eslgames.pbworks.com/f/Jeopardy+%28Level+2+Review%29.ppt