MODAL VERBS PDF
What are modal verbs? • Can. • Could. • May. • Might. They are Auxiliary verbs that provide additional and specific meaning to the main verb of the sentence. Modal Verbs. All downloads are in PDF Format and consist of a worksheet and answer sheet to check your results. Levels of Difficulty: Elementary Intermediate . Modal verbs. ModUle. Go online for a full diagnostic test. Before you start. 1 Read the conversation. Look at the highlighted grammar.
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PDF worksheets, online exercises with answers and grammar rules with examples on modal auxiliary verbs can, may, must, have to. MODAL VERBS. Complete the sentences with the correct form of must, have to, or should. You tell anybody. It's a secret. Using Modal Auxiliary Verbs. A verb is the part of speech that expresses action, condition, or being. Verbs change form to indicate person, number, tense, voice, .
May I smoke here? It is used to express probability or prediction. They may call tomorrow.
I hope so. The main difference between may and can is in style. May is more formal than can.
Can is typical of spoken English. The opposite of may is must not or may not. It is used for strong obligations. It is personal, because it expresses the speaker's opinion or will. I must clean my teeth. I want to be healthy.
You must go there. And do it right now! It means a strong recommendation.
You must see it. It's the best film I've ever seen.
We use it to show the certainty of the speaker. They must be at school by now.
It's already 9 o'clock. The opposite of must is need not.
Mum, must I wash up? I've already done it. Must not has a different meaning.
It is used to express prohibition that involves the speaker's will. We mustn't come late today. They daren't open this door.
Only I daresay means I suppose. I daresay they are hungry.
How dare How dare you talk to me like that! In the past, women used to have only certain jobs, such as teaching and nursing.
In the negative, we express a habit or situation that did not exist in the past but exists today. They didn't use to be so rich. I never used to smoke.
When we make a passive sentence with the verb use, this structure can be misinterpreted if it is followed by to in the meaning of in order to. Records of transaction are used to determine the basis of the original or replacement property. Propaganda devices are techniques or methods used to influence people to think or act in a certain way.
Be used to and get used to look similar to used to but have no connection with it. Be used to means be in the habit of, but get used to means attain the habit of. In both structures, it is possible to replace used with accustomed. Both structures are followed by Ving.
Modal Verbs Table
When they go to Venus, the first colonists will have to take plenty of water with them and get used to days and nights lasting 60 Earth-days. Hakan Gr We are accustomed to the thought that geographic conditions have profoundly influenced wars in the past.
Washington's army escaped the British trap in New York because of a fog.Can he speak English fluently?
Propaganda devices are techniques or methods used to influence people to think or act in a certain way. You must see it.
Records of transaction are used to determine the basis of the original or replacement property. Work was about to start on a new factory building.
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