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    • MODAL VERBS OF DEDUCTION You may know all this already but…
    • DEDUCTION (present events)
      • Degrees of Certainty
      Elena Benito Ruiz firstcertificate.wordpress.com
    • DEDUCTION (past events)
      • Degrees of Certainty
      • Modal verbs of deduction + have + participle are used to express your degree of certainty about a past action or situation.
      • If we are guessing about a situation/state in the past:
        • Modal verb + have + participle
      • If we are guessing about an ongoing action in the past:
        • Modal verb + have + been + ing
      Elena Benito Ruiz firstcertificate.wordpress.com