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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 – 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;

Using “Going to” and “Will”

Using “Going to” and “Will” When we want to talk about future facts or things we believe to be true about the future, we use “will” If you are making a future prediction based on evidence in the present situation, use “going to”; Follow the expressions;

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;

Will or Going To?

Will or Going To? There are two additional ways to talk about the future in English: will/won’t and going to.

English Grammar – Predictions

English Grammar – Predictions When we talk about the future and what we think will happen, we can use two pieces of language: i. Will ii. Going to What is the difference between these two pieces of grammar? i. We use ’will’ when something is not very certain. Our prediction is based on a feeling or emotion.

Uses of Will / Won’t and Would / Wouldn’t

Uses of Will / Won’t and Would / Wouldn’t  (for insistence and refusals) will can be used to talk about insistence, won’t can be used to talk about refusal when it relates to PRESENT situations, would can be used to talk about insistence, wouldn’t can be used to talk about refusal when it relates ro PAST