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Topic 8: Love and romance.

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Topic 8: Love and romance.
Magaly Suemy
Treto Alvarado

CAN, COULD, MAY
Suggestion and advice.
should
ought
may / might / will
Modals of possibility
Modals verbs.
We use it to express modal, ability, possibility, necessity or other condition.
Always need other verb.
They are auxiliaries
Always are in their base form.
Modal verbs
are not
conjugated and do not have time.
He
can speak
five languages.
You
may use
your cell phones out classroom .
They
ought to work
hard.
Modals doesn't change
can
could
may
might
will
should
ought to
would
May
/
Can
/
Could
I ask you something?
Question
Answer
Yes, you
can
.
Request
Can
/
Could
you turn off the light?
Should
You
should
explain why you think the music is good.
Affirmative
Negative
You
shouldn't
buy a CD player.
Question
Should
I buy it online?
Ought
Affirmative
You
ought to
compare prices online.
Had better
Affirmative
You
had better
compare prices online.
for warning
Warning
had better
Would like
Would prefer
Would rather
We use it to talk about wishes and want, would is more formal than want.
would like
Are used to talk about preferences, both are synonyms for "prefer".
Would rather and would prefer
I
would like
to take a trip.
Sandra and Saul
would like
to get married.
Carl
would like
to buy a new car, but he doesn't have any money.
Would like can be used for present and future wishes.
The students would like to take a break.
I would like to take Italian classes someday.
Structure:
would like
infinitive verb
I would like TO win the lottery.
“would prefer” and “would rather” can be used for present or future preferences.
Would you prefer coffee or tea?
We would rather live near the beach.
They would prefer TO eat pizza.
They would prefer pizza.
Would prefer
can be used with a noun or a verb.
They would prefer NOT pizza.
They would prefer NOT to eat pizza.
Would rather
can only used with a verb.
They would rather travel to Paris.
They would rather NOT travel to Paris.
Exercise:
Write 5 sentences using WOULD.
We use these modal verbs when we want to make a guess about future.
We use either of them depending on how sure we are about something.
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