Modal Verbs Uses

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An explanation of the uses of modal Verbs

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  • MODAL VERBS  USES
  • PERMISSION (ASK/REFUSE)
  • REQUEST
  • ABILITY
  • ABSENCE OF NECESSITY
  • OBLIGATION NECESSITY
  • -ADVISE- STRONG OBLIGATION
  • POSSIBILITY/ PROBABILITY
  • SUGGESTION
  • PROHIBITION
  • OFFER
  • can, could, be able to, couldn't.
  • - I can swim very well.
  • might, may, must, could, can't be
  • - It might rain later, look at those cluds.
  • ASK
  • REFUSE
  • can, could, may, might
  • mustn't, can't
  • - Can I speak to Mr. Chu?
  • - You can't go to the party.
  • can, could, will
  • Could you tell me the time?
  • would you like, shall I, will...
  • - Would you like some coffee?
  • cuould, shall I...
  • - Given the color of your shoes, you could choose the red dress instead of the blue one.
  • should, ought to, had better
  • - You should have a healthier diet
  • must, have to, have got to
  • - You must fasten your seatbelt.
  • needn't, don't need to, don't have to
  • - You don't need to wear long dress, it's an informal party.
  • mustn't, can't
  • - Children can't swimming unsupervised.
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