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MODALS

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Nataliya N

on 30 August 2013

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Transcript of MODALS

MODALS
Which are they?
can
could
may
might
will
would
must
shall
should
ought to
What do they express?
probability
ability
obligation
advice
permission
habits
Why are they important for learners?
can use in their daily conversations to show certainty and probability when giving advise, giving opinions, seeking permission and making suggestions;
to show certainty or possibility, especially when immediate action is required;
to show different types of certainty and importance;
as they have their own unique functions in every sentence that we use;

How can we help students to learn modals?
explanations
examples
practice (cloze exercises, key word transformations, error correction, drills/transformation drills)
communicative activities
substitutions
Extra materials and ideas
http://eslresources-euge.blogspot.com/2011/04/pictures-to-work-on-modal-verbs-of.html
http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/english-grammar/verbs/modal-verbs
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