Presentation Summary : Perfect Modals are used to talk about the past and what was advisable in the past. Modal + have + past participle I should have cooked more burgers.
Source : http://webhome.broward.edu/~ydaniel/EAP%200485C%20Presentations/Perfect%20Modals.ppt
Presentation Summary : Modals + Present Perfect Sample Situations Sample Situation 1 Situation: Jack went to a nightclub with some friends. One of the friends drank too much.
Source : http://bogglesworldesl.com/files8/ed/ModalsPresentPerfect.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 : Wh- would pronoun have past participle I would have sent him a nice birthday present. subject would have past participle rest ... Past Modals Created Date: 11/24/2009 ...
Source : http://www.worldofteaching.com/powerpoints/english/Past%20Modals.ppt
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 : MODAL VERBS Different moods and different ways to express them ABILITY POSSIBILITY PERMISSION OBLIGATION EXPECTABILITY PROBABILITY Structure of Modal Verbs CAN is ...
Source : http://www.ramos.utfsm.cl/doc/223/sc/MODALVERBS.ppt
Presentation Summary : Other possible tenses: e.g. Present Perfect: I have been able to play football. ... Perfect modals Your book is not here.You must have left it in the classroom. ...
Source : http://www.apart32.org/uploads/2/1/1/6/2116043/modals_slayt.ppt
Presentation Summary : MODALS-Does not change by any person.-Never are followed of TO. ( TO CAN)-Only are present except can could MODALS OF ABILITY To express ability we can use: Can / be ...
Source : http://carolinarovira.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/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 : Nosy Neighbors 1 Nosy Neighbors 2 Speculating about the Present Modals speculating about the present are followed by a base form verb.
Source : http://www.anenglishoasis.com/powerpoint_presentations_grammar_level_four/modals.pps
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 with different forms and rules: Have to/has to/don’t have to/doesn’t have to. We use regular present tense form for these modals. EXAMPLES:
Source : http://www.oakton.edu/user/0/amyblu/MODALS.pptx
Presentation Summary : ... line on the board showing when the two actions were completed in the past –then introduce the form * * * * * * * Present ... Grammar Modals expressing attitude ...
Source : http://level4greenroom.wikispaces.com/file/view/Modal+Verbs.ppt/279166230/Modal%20Verbs.ppt
Presentation Summary : Semi-Modals are helping verbs that are used like modals but they change according to the tense or the subject. I have to He has to We had to It didn’t have to
Source : http://en.islcollective.com/wuploads/worksheet/islcollective_all_modals_part_1_20944cf078602b6127_46597566.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 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 : MODALS - INTRODUCTION. MODAL VERBS can, could, may, might, must, ought to, shall, should, will and would: ... MIGHT / MAY / COULD – present and future possibility.
Source : http://www.fasper.bg.ac.rs/nastavnici/Otanjac_I_Maja/predavanja/Gramatika%20-%20predavnja/MODALS.pptx
Presentation Summary : Auxiliaries Modals: will, would, can, could, shall, should, may, might, must Have: used with past participle form of the verb to create the present perfect (have ...
Source : http://users.ipfw.edu/thompsoc/G206/Verbs.ppt
Presentation Summary : MODAL VERBS Zhanna Yaroshevskaja MSP 1 year A modal verb is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate modality-that is likelihood, ability, permission, and ...
Source : http://media.wix.com/ugd/38289b_f8f9bc882386c23004e40b9c05ab976d.ppt?dn=MODAL%2BVERBS.ppt