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Passive Voice with modals, Question Tags

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Israel Oliva

on 4 April 2017

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Transcript of Passive Voice with modals, Question Tags

Passive voice with Modal Verbs
Vocabulary
Question tags
A tag question is a special construction in English, it is a statement followed by a mini question.
Question Tags
USE
frequently used in spoken English when you want someone to agree or disagree
Form
Positive Statement
negative statement
Question Tag Negative
Question Tag Positive
You are Tom,
aren't you?
=
=
He isn't Joe,
Is he?
Exercises
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/questions/question_tags3.htm
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/questions/question_tags2.htm
Can
May
Might
Should
Must
Ought to
We form the passive with the verb to be + past participle of the main verb
How to form it?

E-Learning
Website
CD ROOM
Information era
Video game
Encourage
Enhance
Promote
Avoid
Discourage
Forbid
Crew
Request
Sweat
Tie
Crew
Cave Hire
Exercises
https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/passive/exercises?05
http://www.azargrammar.com/assets/advanced/UUEGTeacher-CreatedWorksheets/Worksheets11/Modals-PassvVoice.pdf
Subject+ modal verb +be+ tense (depend the tense, see chart with examples)

Modal Meaning Example
can to express ability I can speak a little Russian.
can to request permission Can I open the window?
may to express possibility I may be home late.
may to request permission May I sit down, please?
must to express obligation I must go now.
must to express strong belief She must be over 90 years old.
should to give advice You should stop smoking.
would to request or offer Would you like a cup of tea?
would in if-sentences If I were you, I would say sorry.
Passive Voice with Modals
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