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MUST MAY SHOULD
can Ability Possiblity Permission saber/ser capaz poder may Permissionpoder must Obligation /necessity ter que mustn’t Prohibitionser proibido should Duty Advice dever
CANSHOULD MUSTMUSTN’T You ____________ fight at school. mustn’t
CAN’TSHOULD CANMUSTN’T YOU_____________respect elderly people. should
SHOULDN’TCAN CAN’TMUST You_________always walk your dog on a leash. must
MUSTN’TCAN CAN’TSHOULD You___________ stay in bed if you have flu. should
MAYCAN SHOULDN’TSHOULD _______ I ask you a question, sir? May
Angelina can act very well. She can drive a motorcycle. MODAL VERBS.
NegativeInterrogativeMeaning can can not = can’t can I / he sing? poder/ ser capaz could couldn’tcould you..? poder/ ser capaz may may notmay I …?poder.
capacity informal permission poder CAN PRESENT No man! She cannot (can’t) solve it. (capacity) Chelsea can solve that problem. (capacity) Can you tell.
MUST- HAVE TO SHOULD – OUGHT TO CAN/COULD – BE ABLE TO.
capacity informal permission poder CAN PRESENT She cannot (can’t) solve it. (capacity) She cannot (can’t) solve it. (capacity) Sarah can solve that problem.
1 MODALS Can, must, should.. 2 C A N We use can + verb to talk about ability, possibility and permission. She can speak French well. She can be his wife.
Simple Modal Verbs Form and Uses. General aspects as regards FORM All modal verbs are followed by another verb in its base form. They have no –s /-es.
Let’s Take a Photowalk! Through Students’ Eyes. Here is the area of our walk:
Modal Verbs © A. Strelnikov Municipal Resource Centre,
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.
MODALS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
HAVE TO DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS. (I, YOU, WE, THEY) HAVE TO + VERB (HE,SHE, IT) HAS TO + VERB.
English 3 MODAL VERBS Tutors: Gloria Gómez Carolina Rojas.
Page 1 Modal Verbs. Page 2 MODALUSESEXAMPLE Can - Ability / Possibility - Asking for permission - Request - You can manage your home page - Can I borrow.
MODALS CAN SHOULD / OUGHT TO MUST / HAVE TO. CAN is one of the most commonly used modal verbs in English It can be used to express: - ability or opportunity.
+ modals NB MEANING have to & must WHAT DO THESE SENTENCES MEAN? IS THERE ANY DIFFERENCE? In Britain, all school children have to wear a uniform.
SER To be 1. ESTAR To be To be 2 TENER To have To have 3.
Pirchy Dayan. present ability Usage: present ability I can speak French. I cannot speak French. Can you speak French? permission Usage: permission.
Modal verbs. Ability: can/can’t, could/couldn’t CAN/CAN’T for things we are able to do generally or at the moment She can speak Japanese (she is able.
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