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Ability Logical conclusion Necessity Obligation Permission Possibility Prohibition Requests Advice
Can, could I can remember all my friends’ telephone numbers. He could swim by the time he was 3.
Can’t be, must be Ann isn’t answering the phone. She must be out. This can’t be the South Pole.There aren’t any penguins.
Must/can’t have V 3 You must have been tired after all that hard work last week. You can’t have been tired last Sunday – you slept for hours.
have to, don’t have to I have to cycle to school. It’s too far to walk. I don’t have to go to school today – it’s a national holiday.
Must, mustn’t You must do this homework carefully. You mustn’t steal other people’s things. It’s wrong.
Had to We had to stay behind after the lesson and do some extra work.
Can, could, may You can borrow my bike, but you can’t have the car. Could my friends come to stay next weekend? May I speak loud here?
May, might Ann is not in class. She might be in the library. Sam may come to the cinema with us – I’m not sure if he’s free.
Mustn’t Students mustn’t use a dictionary in the exam.
Can,could, would Can you tell me the time, please? Could you pass me the salt? Would you mind pouring me some water?
should You should write to your family.
Should have V 3 You should have written to your family.(but you didn't.)
Could have V 3 You could have tried a new method (but you didn't choose to.)
Ability Advice Requests Prohibition Possibility Permission Obligation Necessity Logical conclusion should can mustn’t may must have to must be could might
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Logical conclusion must be
Requests can could
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