Can and Could - English for Everyone
A modal auxiliary verb is used to modify the mood of a verb. Here is a ... verbs:
Can: “Can” is used to express ability, willingness, permission, or possibility. The.
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Could. Modal Verb. Example. Uses. Could. Could I borrow your dictionary?
Asking for permission. Could you say it again more slowly? Request. We could
try to ...
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Epistemic vs. Deontic - TU Chemnitz
The same modal can have an epistemic (expresses the speaker's opinion ...
dynamic three moods(verbs in general): ... Deontic modality can be subdivided
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Used with the base form of the verb, modals create verbal phrases. ... Modals
lack past tense forms, except could and would which serve as the past of can and
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1. Rewrite the sentences using the modal verbs in brackets. 1. It's
Rewrite the sentences using the modal verbs in brackets. 1. It's possible that
Jane will visit Switzerland next year. (could). 2. I'm thinking about taking Spanish
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Modal Verbs - CAN, CAN'T, COULD, COULDN'T - ESL Tower
Modal Verbs - CAN, CAN'T, COULD, COULDN'T. Complete the sentences with
the modals CAN, CAN'T, COULD, COULDN'T. 1. When Tom was 16, he was a ...
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A modal verb is an extra verb which is used before the main verb and gives more
... The main English modal verbs are can, could, may, might, must, shall, will, ...
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modal verbs - I spilled the beans
Complete the sentences using the modal verbs listed in the boxes below. ... Fill in
the blank with the appropriate modal verbs (can, could / may, might / have to .
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Modals: can, may and will verbs: present tense - Voice of America
Lesson Plans for English as a Foreign Language (EFL) (Teachers Guide).
Lesson #7. Modals: can, may and will verbs: present tense. Lesson Plan by
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Modals are those helping verbs, which express the 'mode' or
The most commonly used modals are shall, should, will, would, can, could, may,
might, must ... b A modal is always used with a verb in its basic form. The modal ...
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Modal Verbs (03) Modal Verbs
They do not take “s” in the third person: he can, she must, it could. - They use “not
” in ... Which modal verb do we use and when? Modal Verb. Use. Example. Can.
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could should can may can/could/might. The nine modal verbs are listed under
each of the functions they can perform and are ordered from strongest to weakest
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Modal verbs and adverbs - Teachit
Modality can be strengthened by the use of modal adverbs, which either increase
... We can see the modal verb should come after the subject 'the thief', and is ...
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Modal Verbs - Yale Center for Teaching and Learning
Modals are a type of auxiliary verb, or helping verb, that provide more ... There
are eight of modal verbs: can, could, should, will, would, may, might, and must.
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Modal Verbs Adverbs - Primary Resources
Remember, modal verbs are made. 'negative' by adding the word 'not'. In a
different colour, in the second sentence underline the MODAL ADVERB. 1. You
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Contracting modal verbs could have – should have – would have
could have – should have – would have. These auxiliary verbs, or 'helping' verbs,
are a type called modal verbs. They can be used to express meanings of ...
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Modal verbs. Ability/opportunity/possibility. To talk about the ability, opportunity or
possibility to do something can, could and quasi-modal be able to are normally ...
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Giving Advice and Suggestions
Looking at your personal relationships can/ cannot help you learn more ... 2.1
Statements. Subject Modal Verb / Had Better (Not). Base Form of Verb. I. You.
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Can, could and would – exercises - LearnEnglish Teens
Watch the video and read the conversation between. Sophie and Mei. Then do
these exercises to check your understanding of modal verbs.
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Present Modal Verbs of Deduction Exercise
MODAL VERBS. EXAMPLE. 1 to express possibilities for the future. COULD,
MAY, MIGHT. It may rain tomorrow. 2 to express certainty. CAN'T, COULDN'T, ...
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Modal verbs: want, must, should, have to, can
Modal verbs express desire, ability, necessity , obligation, and permission. ...
Czech modal verbs include chtít (want), moct (can, be able to), umět (know how
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Modals of Permission: CAN/COULD, MAY, and BE - Webs
There cannot be more than one 'real' modal verb in a single clause or verb group.
... Could tends to sound more polite than can, and may is more formal.
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Using Modal Auxiliary Verbs - Hunter College
being, been) as well as the nine modal auxiliary verbs can, could, will, would,
shall, ... Modal auxiliary verbs are followed by the base form of a verb to show ...
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A modal verb is a verb that is used before another verb to express meanings ...
The modal verbs are can, could, may, might, must, ought, shall, should, will and.
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A contrastive investigation of the modal auxiliaries can and could in
1.4 Definition of modality. 8. 2 The modal auxiliaries can and could in English
tuition material. 11. 2.1 Ability use. 12. 2.2 Possibility use. 13. 2.3 Permission use.
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Modal Verbs of Ability and Permission Exercise at - autoenglish.org
TYPE USE. MODAL VERBS. EXAMPLE. 1 expressing ability. CAN. María can
drive. 2 asking for permission. MAY, CAN, COULD Could I borrow your pen? 3.
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May 6, 2015 ... (Here the modal shows that the speaker is not absolutely sure that the statement
is true.) Close the door. vs. Could/would/will you close the ...
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