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this presentation is on modals,,,and how to use it ,..
done by Nehala IXB Crescent English School

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  1. 1. Now Lets See How Modals Is Used In Above Slide! ?And Why It Is Used!?
  3. 3. I. DEFINITION MODAL VERBS A modal verb is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate modality-that is likelihood, ability, permission, possiblity,... Two of my friends can play guitar (ability)
  4. 4. MODAL VERBS LIST OF MODAL VERBS Can Could May Might Will Would Shall Should Ought to Must
  5. 5. Subject Modal verb Main verb Complement I We They You He She It must can should may will go to sleep. drink some water. eat some food. do some exercise. Use the basic form or INFINITIVE of the main verbs after the modal verbs. II. STRUCTURE
  6. 6. MODAL VERBS a. Modal verbs do not add s or es to the third person singular. He can swim. He cans swim.
  7. 7. MODAL VERBS • Simple I could work He could work It could work They could work • Perfect I could have worked He could have worked It could have worked They could have worked • Continuous I could be working He could be working It could be working They could be working • Perfect continuous I could have been working He could have been working It could have been working They could have been working
  8. 8. MODAL VERBS b. Modal verbs don’t need auxiliaries to form negative and question. Exp : She should stay. She doesn’t should stay. → She shouldn’t stay. → Why should she stay?Why does she stay? c. Modal verbs don’t have infinitives or –ing forms Exp: canning to might
  9. 9. MODAL VERBS HOW TO USE CAN Use Example Ability / Possibility  They can control their own work. Impossibility  We can’t fix it. Asking for permission  Can I bring here? Request  Can you help me?
  10. 10. MODAL VERBS COULD Use Example permission  Could I borrow your dictionary? Request  Could you say it again more slowly? possibility  I think we could have another tea. Future  I wish Cndrll could meet me next week. Ability  He gave up his old job so he could work for us.
  11. 11. MODAL VERBS MAY Use Example permission  May I have another cup of coffee? possibility  I may finish my homework
  12. 12. MODAL VERBS MIGHT Use Example possibility  We'd better phone tomorrow, they might be eating their dinner now. .
  13. 13. MODAL VERBS OUGHT TO Use Example Saying what’s right or correct  She ought to finish by next week.
  14. 14. MODAL VERBS SHALL Use Example Offer  Shall I help you with your luggage? Suggestion  Shall we say 2.30 then? Permission  Shall I do that or will you?
  15. 15. MODAL VERBS III. USAGE SHOULD Use Example Saying what’s right or correct  We should solve this problem. Possibility  Fees should decrease next year.
  16. 16. MODAL VERBS WILL Use Example decisions  I can’t see any taxis so I’ll walk Offer  I'll do that for you if you like. Promise  I’ll come back on Monday.
  17. 17. MODAL VERBS III. USAGE WOULD Use Example permission  Would you mind if I brought a friend with me? Request  Would you mind waiting a moment? Invitation  Would you like to play basketball this Friday?
  18. 18. M I G H T S H O U L D C O U L D S H A L L W I L L M U S T
  19. 19. THE END Thanks for your attention