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Perfect Modal Verbs

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  • 1. PERFECT MODAL VERBS by Esther Curiel
  • 2. Must have done/ Mustn’t have done• Certainty that something happened / didn’t happen.• When we draw logical conclusions.
  • 3. Must have done/Mustn’t have done
  • 4. Can’t have done• Certainty sth didn’t happen.
  • 5. Can’t have doneShe can’t have eaten it all!..
  • 6. May/ Might/ Could have done• A guess about a past action.
  • 7. May/ Might/ Could have done He might have prepared the soup in the microwave.
  • 8. Could have done/ Couldn’t have done• Ability to do sth in the past which in the end wasn’t done.• Certainty that sth didn’t happen.
  • 9. Could have done/Couldn’t have done She could have painted the room the week before.
  • 10. Should have done/ Shouldn’t have done• When expectations were not fulfilled.• When sensible advise wasn’t followed.• To refer to a foolish past action.
  • 11. Should have done/Shouldn’t have done I’m broke now! I should have gone window- shopping.
  • 12. Would have done• Desire to do sth in the past which in fact could not be done.
  • 13. Would have done I would have phoned Peter if I’d had his number.
  • 14. Will have done• When we talk about an action that will be completed by some point in the future.
  • 15. Will have done• At 14.00 he will have finished his lunch.
  • 16. Joke: Should have done…

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