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The aim of my presentation is to show how modal verbs can be used, in what case we need one or other verb and why.
Items: Introduction Modal verbs Modal verb can Modal verb may Modal verb must Modal verb should and ought to Modal verb have to Modal verb need
Introduction: Modal verbs are integral part of English language.That is a huge problem for foreign learners of English, who make a great deal of mistakes in this field. So, I`d like to research this very theme.
Peculiarities of modal verbs: Besides they do not take -s in the third person singular. All of them (except dare and need) form the negative and the interrogative form without the auxiliary do. All the modal verbs have two negative forms-a full one and a contracted one.
Examples: should not — shouldn't may not —mayn't must not — mustn't need not —needn't
Modal verb “can” Can expresses physical or mental ability. I can speak three different languages, English, French and Spanish. He can't open the door, it's stuck. Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense can could -
Modal verb may May expresses a polite formal way of asking for or giving permission. May I introduce Mr. Hunt? You may eat this cake if you wish. Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense may might -
Modal verb must Must expresses necessity. You must attend English lessons to know more about modal verbs. We must say good-bye now. Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense must - -
Modal verbs should and ought to Should is used to express advice, recommendation. You should be more careful. Ought to is used to express obligation. You ought not to be late.
Modal verb have to The modal verb have to expresses necessity. You have to do it. Present Simple Past Tense Future Tense have to had to Shall/ will have to
Modal verb need Need expresses necessity. You needn’t learn this poem by heart. If she wants a new dress for the party she need only to ask. Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense need - -
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