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MODAL VERBS

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Carlos Díaz

on 11 March 2014

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Transcript of MODAL VERBS

(Verbos Modales)
USO
En una frase o una pregunta, un verbo modal siempre está seguido por un verbo principal en su forma base (base form), con una excepción: el verbo modal ought está seguido por un verbo principal en su forma infinitiva (infinitive form).
ATENCIÓN
-Hay 10 verbos modales ingleses:
Verbos Modales
MODAL VERBS
Los verbos modales ingleses, modal verbs, se llaman tambien modal auxiliary verbs, modal auxiliaries o simplamente modals. Estos verbos son un categoría de verbos auxiliares, es decir que no se puede usarlos sin verbo principal.

Aunque la significación y el uso de los verbos modales sean complicados, su gramática es simple. Los verbos modales no se conjugan: no llevan tiempo ni persona, y nunca cambian.


can could
may might
shall should
will would
must ought

SUBJECT MODAL VERB MAIN VERB
(BASE FORM)


They can come
(ellos pueden venir)

(Mike should walk)
Mike debería caminar
o usa el infinitivo después de todos los verbos modales. Es incorrecto excepto después de ought.
SUBJECT MODAL VERB MAIN VERB
(BASE FORM)


They can to come (incorrecto)
Ellos pueden venir

You must to go (incorrecto)
Tú debes ir

We will to wait (incorrecto)
Esperaramos
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