martes, 8 de enero de 2013

Revision of MODAL VERBS

We are back to our lessons again. Last year we learnt the use of modal verbs shall/should/may/might/could/have to/must/ needn't/couldn't to express:
  • obligations and prohibitions 
  •  duties and necessity
  •  future possibilities
  •  ask permission
  •  ask for and offer help and advice
  •  make requests and invitations 
Click on the link to play the snakes and ladders' game to revise.  Remember that modals are never followed by infinitive with "to" , they have no -s/-es for third person singular and never use auxiliaries for negative and interrogative sentences.

On the website from British council you cann practise and learn about rules and examples.Do the exercises below:
  • To revise the modal verbs of obligation click here. 
  • To express permission, obligation, non obligation...practise this exercise.
  • If you want to learn more about the use of modals to express deduction follow this link and to express deduction in the past do this exercise.

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario

We welcome any comments