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MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS

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Ana Borja

on 7 May 2013

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Transcript of MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS

MAKING REQUESTS SHOWING POSSIBILITY USING MODAL VERBS SHOWING ABILITY PRESENT PRESENT PRESENT FUTURE PAST CAN BE ABLE TO WILL BE
ABLE TO COULD WAS/WERE
ABLE TO EXAMPLES I can / am able to get up by myself. FUTURE She won't be able to run the marathon. PAST Yesterday I could hold my breath for five minutes. He wasn't able to fix the car. CAN COULD WOULD FUTURE CAN COULD WOULD EXAMPLES CAN YOU HELP ME? COULD YOU LEND ME YOUR BOOK? PAST FUTURE CAN MAY MIGHT COULD MAY HAVE MIGHT HAVE COULD HAVE CAN MAY MIGHT COULD / EXAMPLES WE MAY LEAVE TOMORROW. I COULD HAVE FINISHED EARLIER, BUT I DIDN'T. HE MIGHT CHANGE HIS TOPIC. SHOWING NEAR
CERTAINTY (DEDUCTION) PRESENT PAST MUST MUST HAVE PRESENT EXAMPLES MELISSA MUST HAVE ARRIVED; EVERYTHING IS DISORGANIZED. JHON LOOKS AWFUL; HE MUST BE SICK. / WOULD YOU MIND TO SHARE LUNCH WITH ME?
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