They are followed by an infinitive without TO.   If you want to make an interrogative or  negative sentence, you don’t nee...
CAN1) ability in the present ( saber, poder)2) Probability     Lucy can swim.     She can’t swim     Can Lucy swim? Yes, s...
COULD1) Ability in the past ( sabía, podía) I could read when I was 2 years old I couldn’t read … Could you read…?, Yes, I...
SHOULD1) Advice (debería)  You should study more  You shouldn’t text your friends in class  Should I go to the doctor? Yes...
MUST1) Obligation ( deber)  You must study harder.               In negative…PROHIBITION  You mustn’t smoke in here  * The...
HAVE TO1) Obligation (tener que)    You have to talk in English    You don’t have to talk in English    Do you have to tal...
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Modal verbs 3º ESO

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Modal verbs 3º ESO

  1. 1. They are followed by an infinitive without TO. If you want to make an interrogative or negative sentence, you don’t need other auxiliar verbs, but the same modal verb.
  2. 2. CAN1) ability in the present ( saber, poder)2) Probability Lucy can swim. She can’t swim Can Lucy swim? Yes, she can/ No, she can’t
  3. 3. COULD1) Ability in the past ( sabía, podía) I could read when I was 2 years old I couldn’t read … Could you read…?, Yes, I could. No, I couldn’t
  4. 4. SHOULD1) Advice (debería) You should study more You shouldn’t text your friends in class Should I go to the doctor? Yes, you should/ No, you shouldn’t
  5. 5. MUST1) Obligation ( deber) You must study harder. In negative…PROHIBITION You mustn’t smoke in here * There’s no interrogative.
  6. 6. HAVE TO1) Obligation (tener que) You have to talk in English You don’t have to talk in English Do you have to talk in English? Yes, you do/ No, you don’t
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