Modal verbs in english

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  • C. Modal verbs 1. Must - Obligation, necessity, duty - Prohibition - Strong advice - Logical assumptions o Must can only be used to talk about the present or near future. We use have to when we need to use other tenses.

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  • Packed with tables, diagrams, and numerous example sentences, and assuming no prior knowledge of grammatical concepts on the part of the reader, this volume offers an unmatched guide to the structure of contemporary English. Arranged in three clear parts for ease of use, the Grammar's comprehensive coverage ranges from the very basic--such as word structure, simple and complex phrases, and clause types--to the more sophisticated topics that lie at the intersection of grammar and meaning, including tense and aspect, mood and modality, and information structuring....

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  • The main benefits of Talk a Lot are: • Students have to think in English during lessons in a controlled and focused way • Students learn how to memorise correct English structures naturally, without abstract and unrelated grammar lessons • Students learn how to construct eight different common verb forms, using positive, negative, and question forms, as well as embedded grammar appropriate to their level.

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  • Grammar: Chapter 16 - Modal verbs of present, past ability and future ability. MODALS OF ABILIT Y: CAN and COULD, BE ABLE TO + V (bare infinitive). Present Ability with CAN, BE ABLE TO : CAN and BE ABLE TO is used to talk about an ability in the present. CAN is more commonly used than BE ABLE TO.

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  • Do you work in business and use English in your job? Or are you a business student? Whatever your background. If you need to improve your business english, the tests in this book will help.

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  • Can, could, will, and would are modal auxiliary verbs, often called models. Modals are very important in English, but they can be confusing because they are used to say many different things. Here is a basic review of can, could, will, and would and their most common uses.

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  • We use can to say that someone has the ability or opportunity to do something. The negative of can is cannot (contraction: can't). Can you swim? He can play the guitar. It's nice today. We can sit in the garden. I can't open this bottle. could for the italicized verbs if possible. 1. We had a good time yesterday. We went to the zoo. The children enjoyed themselves very much. They saw polar bears and elephants. (No substitution of 'could' is possible.) 2. When I lived in St. Louis, I went to the zoo whenever I wanted to, but now I live in a small town...

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  • Grammar: Chapter 9 - Modals and Phrases of Request, permission, desire, and preference. Use CAN, COULD, WILL, and WOULD to make requests. CAN and WILL are less formal than COULD and WOULD. We usually use CAN and WILL in informal conversations with friends and family. We use COULD and WOULD to make polite requests in formal situations when we speak to strangers or to people in authority.

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  • Thus-for example, the part dealing with words beginning wth wh- to ask questions to divided Into Individual units, each dealing with a particular wh-word such as who, which, what when and so on. The part dealing with the use of modal verbs in asking questions Is divided Into individual with each dealing with a particular modal verb such as cart could, would, should, and so on.

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  • MUST có nghĩa là "phải" diễn tả một mệnh lệnh hay một sự bắt buộc. You must drive on the left in London.

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  • Part III (— sections 1.14— 1.27) is a brief over¬view of tense and two other areas of meaning that can be expressed by the use of verb forms in English and that interact with tense: the sys¬tem of grammatical aspect and the system of mood and modality.

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  • We present a series of experiments on automatically identifying the sense of implicit discourse relations, i.e. relations that are not marked with a discourse connective such as “but” or “because”. We work with a corpus of implicit relations present in newspaper text and report results on a test set that is representative of the naturally occurring distribution of senses. We use several linguistically informed features, including polarity tags, Levin verb classes, length of verb phrases, modality, context, and lexical features. ...

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  • A scheme for syntax-directed translation that mirrors compositional model-theoretic semantics is discussed. The scheme is the basis for an English translation system called PArR and was used to specify a semantically interesting fragment of English, including such constructs as tense, aspect, modals, and various iexically controlled verb complement structures. PATR was embedded in a question-answering system that replied appropriately to questions requiring the computation of logical entailments. ...

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  • UNIT 3 AT HOME PERIOD 14 LESSON 1 : GETTING STARTED LISTEN AND READ A/ Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to understand the dialogue and use modal verbs to talk about the housework . B / Teaching aids : Textbook , cassette , pictures ... C / Procedure : I / Warm up : Kim,s game ( Getting started ) - Show 6 pictures to Ss and ask them to look at 6 pictures quickly in 30 seconds and try to remember the verbs in the pictures as many as...

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  • A / Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to review the conditional sentence with modals verbs and direct speech and reported speech . - Get to know to change them . B / Teaching aids : Text books , chalks , boards .. C / Procedure : 5 min I / Warm up : Finding the ideal partner - Guide Ss to play game . - Lead in the new lesson . I

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  • Marjorie Fuchs has taught ESL at New York City Technical College and LaGuardia Community college of the City University of New York and EFT at the Sprach studio Lingua Nova in Munich, Germany. She hold a Masters Degree in Applied English Linguistics and a certificate in TESOL from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

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  • Another method of asking questions Invofves the use of modal verbs Modal verbs such as can, could, shall, will, should, would, may, might must are often used In yes/no questions, questions which seek the answer yes or no, or an equivalent of one of these

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  • Find more exercises on: & Can Modal Fill in the right form of the modal verb “can”: 0. Can I say something, please? 1. We ______________________________them alone! (not to leave) 2. I_______________________________your question. (to answer) 3. ______________anyone _______________me, please? (to help) 4. You ___________________because of your broken leg. (not to run) 5. Michael _______________________the guitar very well.

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  • Weblogs are a source of human activity knowledge comprising valuable information such as facts, opinions and personal experiences. In this paper, we propose a method for mining personal experiences from a large set of weblogs. We define experience as knowledge embedded in a collection of activities or events which an individual or group has actually undergone.

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