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330200-2641604375150-264160Modal Verbs<br />Can, could   ability, permission, request, offer, possibilityMay  permission, ...
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  1. 1. 330200-2641604375150-264160Modal Verbs<br />Can, could ability, permission, request, offer, possibilityMay permission, probabilityMight, could probabilityWould request, offerHave to, must necessity, obligation.Need to necessityShould obligation, advice.Must adviceShall offer330200143510<br />Insert the adequate modal verb:<br />You ___________ play in the classroom.<br />__________ I have a cup of tea, please?<br />You _________ study very hard to pass.<br />You _________ speak in public places.<br />I ________ speak many languages.<br />_________ you help me with my luggage?<br />The film is really cool. You ________ to see it.<br />You __________ go out with your friend.<br />You __________ come to school on Monday. It’s closed.<br />Take an umbrella. It _________ rain.<br />________ I borrow your pen?<br />You _________ do your homework.<br />Babies _________ walk.<br />4057650154940________ I use your phone?<br />You _______ be home at 10.<br />I ________ swim. I’m afraid of the water.<br />________ they play tennis? No, they __________.<br />You _________ take an umbrella. It’s raining.<br />I _________ get a new passport. <br />We _________ speak Chinese. <br />__________I come in?<br />I ________ go to cinema. I _________ study for the exams.<br />He __________ play football when he was young.<br />_________ I help you?<br />OFFERS, INVITATIONS, REQUESTS, PERMISSIONOFFERSOffering food and drinkOffering to do something for othersREQUESTSPERMISSIONAsking for somethingAsking people to do somethingAsking for permissionGiving and refusing permissionINVITATIONSWould you like?I/we canCan I /we?Shall I/we?CanCould I/ we have?MayMightCanCould I?MayMight CanCouldWould you?Will Can (not)you May (not)Would you like?Will you? We can use can, could, may or might depending on the situation.  Can is the most informal. Could is more polite then can. May is more formal than can and could Might is the most polite but the least common.USES<br />ANSWER KEY:<br />You ___________ play in the classroom.<br />__________ I have a cup of tea, please?<br />You _________ study very hard to pass.<br />You _________ speak in public places.<br />I ________ speak many languages.<br />_________ you help me with my luggage?<br />The film is really cool. You ________ to see it.<br />You __________ go out with your friend.<br />You __________ come to school on Monday. It’s closed.<br />Take an umbrella. It _________ rain.<br />________ I borrow your pen?<br />You _________ do your homework.<br />Babies _________ walk.<br />4057650154940________ I use your phone?<br />You _______ be home at 10.<br />I ________ swim. I’m afraid of the water.<br />________ they play tennis? No, they __________.<br />You _________ take an umbrella. It’s raining.<br />I _________ get a new passport. <br />We _________ speak Chinese. <br />__________I come in?<br />I ________ go to cinema. I _________ study for the exams.<br />He __________ play football when he was young.<br />_________ I help you?<br />

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