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Modal Verbs (Big project)

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Transcript of Modal Verbs (Big project)

Throughout the 1990s, newborn babies abandoned and left to die in dumptsers, public bathrooms, and other locations.
Children should receive medicines
Children couldn't be exploited
Children should have clean water

Children shouldn't eat unhealthy food
From 1198 the first foundling wheels were used in Italy. Pope Innocent III decreed that these should be installed in homes for foundlings so that women could leave their child in secret instead of killing them.
Best Interest of the Child Concept
MUST
Every child must study at his/her own school.
MUSTN'T
It expresses prohibition
Children must receive love and tenderness.
Children mustn't be abused
SHOULD
They couldn't be abandoned
emancipated minors do not usually gain all the rights of an adult. Some limits, such as the legal age for purchasing alcohol or tobacco products, voting age, mandatory school attendance age(unless married), and other legal restrictions still apply. Minors have the same constitutional rights as adults, including the right to privacy.
Is there any question ??

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Open the book at page 50 and let's do exercises
4, 5.
Turn to page 51 now and do exercises 8 & 9.
Laws in some states give minors the right to consent to general medical and surgical care under some circumstances, such as being a parent themselves, being pregnant, or reaching a certain age
Several states also allow minors who are parents to consent to medical care for their children. Mothers who are minors may also legally place their children for adoption without the consent or knowledge of the mothers parents
Minors seeking abortion must involve at least one parent in the decision. Teenagers who do not tell their parents about pregnancy must either travel out of state or obtain approval from a judge a process known as judicial bypass to obtain an abortion
Every child could travel from a country to another
Be spared procedures done for demonstration and/or teaching purposes and routine procedures that exist only for the few who may need it
Every child can have his/her friends
CAN
Modal Verbs


Modals are very special verbs with special characteristics:
1.- They do not add "s" in 3rd person singular of present simple
2.- They do not need auxiliaries "DO" or "DOES" in negative and interrogative forms
3.- They do not add "ING" form
4.- They are followed by infinitive without "To"
They must take care of their baby
Parents must protect their children
We use must when we are sure about something. It also expresses an obligation.
Children must eat in a healthy way
every day
Every child must
study at his/her own school
Children mustn't stay without their families
CAN
It expresses abilities in the present
Children can talk about
their opinions
Every child can have
his/her friends
Every child can have his/her friends
It expresses abilities in the present
Children can express
their opinions

COULD
It expresses abilities in the past
Children could have their own
nationality.
They could be born
wherever.
They are used to give advice
They should have fun
Children shouldn't receive any danger
At the meeting tomorrow he may mention the problem.

We must hurry or we’ll be late.

He can play tennis very well.

He can playing tennis very well.


We must to hurry or we’ll be late.


At the meeting tomorrow he may mentioned the problem.

VI These sentences are wrong. Correct the mistakes.

At the meeting tomorrow he may mention the problem.

We must hurry or we’ll be late.

He can play tennis very well.

He can playing tennis very well.


We must to hurry or we’ll be late.


At the meeting tomorrow he may mentioned the problem.

VI These sentences are wrong. Correct the mistakes.

They shouldn't live in the
streets.
Children shouldn't drink alcohol
To sum up...

* We use CAN and COULD to express abilities in the present and past. We also use CAN and COULD to ask for permission or possibility.

* We use MUST to express an obligation and MUSTN'T to express prohibitions.

* We use SHOULD to give advices.
Now, you must memorize everything
and enjoy our big project !!
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