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Modals to Express Degress of Certainty, PART 1 (A04)
Transcript of Modals to Express Degress of Certainty, PART 1 (A04)
What's going on with her?
- As you can see, we are speculating about a situation in the Present, and we are using Modals to express different degrees of certainty.
- Remember that Must, May and Might have no contraction.
Modals to Express Degrees of Certainty
- She's happy.
- She must love her job.
- She has(got) to be pregnant. She's gaining weight.
- She must not have any problem. She has such a peaceful life.
- She could be crazy.
(EXPLAIN THESE SENTENCES TO YOUR CLASSMATE)
- She's happy.
love her job.
be pregnant. She's gaining weight.
have any problem. She
has such a peaceful life.
must can't / couldn't
have (got) to must not
may may not
might / could might not
almost certain = probability
less certain = possibility