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  • 1. Modal Verbs Helping verbs – they give information about the main verb. • Necessity • Possibility • Permission • Etc.
  • 2. Modal + Simple Form  Can: Natalie can play tennis today. (ability or permission)  Could: They could play the guitar.  (Formal of “can”)  May: It may be a nice day tomorrow. (possibility)  Might: It might be a nice day tomorrow. (possibility)
  • 3. Must / Have to?  Similar meaning about obligation  MUST: Usually used for feelings and wishes of the speaker. ◦ I must stop smoking. (I want to)  HAVE TO: Usually obligations that come from „outside‟ ◦ I have to stop smoking (The doctor ordered me)

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