Modal verbs rules, examples
Modal verbs are ...
can / could / may / might / must / shall / should / ought to / will / would
Use modal verbs to show if we believe something is certain, probable or possible or impossible an to express properties such as possibility and obligation.
No 's' for the third person singular. Followed directly by the infinitive of another verb without 'to'.
Modal verbs are used to express functions such as ability, advice, permission, obligation,possibility and prohibition.
must + infinitive
must = obligation
Examples must + infinitive
Dad must cut the gras. It's too long.
The pupils must learn vocabulary. They'll write a test.
She must go to the hospital. She's ill.
can - permission
Modal verbs - negative
Modal verbs and their substitutes
to be able to
Exercises modal verbs
01 modal verbs rules examples
02 must mustn't can could should
03 must can could should need
04 mustn't needn't
05 must mustn't can could should
06 can could should needn't
07 could should needn't
08 must can could should
09 modal verbs exercise
10 modal verbs Test
Modal verbs examples
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