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MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS

The Modal auxiliary verbs can be used to add a particular meaning to a tense. A particular meaning can be expressed as necessity, possibility or impossibility, ability or inability, prohibition, an advice to do or not to do something, a suggestion, an invitation, a request, an offer, etc.

Modal Verbs makes our spoken English comprehensive.

Modal Verbs also known as Modal Auxiliary Verbs or Helping Verbs.

Modal Verbs are very polite to speak and easy to learn - You will enjoy it.


Rules Of Modal Verbs

There are some Rules of Modal Auxiliary verbs, we need to understand this before learning the modal verbs.

1) We don't use -S with the third person singular (he/she/it) e,g We say 'He can', NOT 'He cans'.

2) We make modal questions and negatives without Do or Does e.g Can you help me? ( NOT = Do you can help me )

3) Modal verbs have no infinitives or participles as like To can, maying or Musted.

4) After modals (except ought), we use infinitives without To e.g Can I use your phone? ( NOT = Can I to use your phone )

Modal Verb Example

In each chapter, examples of the Modal verb will be given to understand in an easy way.

Example

Should + Verb

1st

It's talk about Suggestions, Advice, Order & Obligation.

Formula: Subject + Should + Verb 1st(form) + Object
  • You should come on time.
  • He should go to school.
  • We should speak English.
  • Negative: You should not come on time.
  • Interrogative: Should you come on time?
  • Neg. Int: Should you not come on time?

Modal Verbs List

Here is the Modal verb list.