modal verbs

Modal Verbs – Can, Could, Will, Would

Modal Verbs – Can, Could, Will, Would Compare can/could for actions, Compare could have / would have. and etc… Follow the list for detailed expression;

Modal Verbs in English

Modal Verbs in English Definition, Structure and How to Use. A modal verb is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate modality-that is likelihood, ability, permission, possibility… Please follow the list for detailed expressions(Slide Galleries);

Modal Verbs – Should

Modal Verbs – Should Advice (present – past), obligation, probability/expectation(present – past). Follow the list for example sentences about modals;

Modal Verbs – REQUEST

Modal Verbs – REQUEST Would(polite), could(polite), will (less polite), can (less polite). Follow the list for examples and expressions;

Modal Verbs – WILL

Modal Verbs – WILL Future, Request, Offer/Willingness, Refusal(negative),Conditional and etc… Follow the list;

Modal Verbs – MAY

Modal Verbs – MAY Request, permission, prohibition, possibility, wish. Follow the list for other expressions;

Modal Verbs – Would

Modal Verbs – Would Conditional, request, offer, future in the past, habit in the past. Follow the list for expressions about modal verb would;

Modal Verbs – MIGHT

Modal Verbs – MIGHT Suggestion, conditional, possibility. Follow the list for expressions and examples about this modal verbs –>

Modal Verbs – Detailed List

Modal Verbs – Detailed List Modal verbs; will, shall, should, might, may, must, would, could, can and etc… Follow the list for examples;

Modal Verbs – Meaning – Expressing – Examples

Modal Verbs – Meaning – Expressing – Examples; must, must not, can, could, may, might, need, need not, should / ought to, had better;