Slide 2: Modal Auxiliaries generally express a speaker’s attitudies, or “moods”. For example, modals can express that speaker feels something is necessary, pernissible,possible, or probable; and, in addition, they can convey the strength of these attitudes. Each modal has more than one meaning or use.
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING CONTAIN ERRORS IN THE FORMS OF MODALS. POINT OUT AND CORRECT THE ERRORS: ALL OF THE FOLLOWING CONTAIN ERRORS IN THE FORMS OF MODALS. POINT OUT AND CORRECT THE ERRORS She can to see it. She cans see it She can sees it She can saw it can you please to see it? Do you can see it? She does not can go see it
Slide 4: Auxilliaries use exemple May Polite request May I borrow your pen? Formal permission You may leave the room. Less than 50% certainty -- where’s John? He may be at the library. Should Suggestion/advisibility I should study night 90% certainty She should do well on the test. Must Obligation/strong neccessity I must go to class Prohibition (negative) You must not open that door 95% certainty Mary isn’t in class. She must be sick Will Planing/willingnes --the phone’s ringing. I’ll get it 100% certainty He will be here at 07.00 Polite request Will you please pass the salt? can Ability/possibilty I can run fast Informal permission You can use my pen tomrrow Informal polite request Can i borrow your pen? Impossibility (negative only) That can’t be true
Slide 5: Fill in the blank with the correct answer! 1. Tom is strong. He ...... lift that heavy box. 2. They ..... late in Dharma Karya today 3. She ..... be there next week. 4. He ..... study more before his examination 5. All aplicants ....... take an entrance test. 6. Where’s mery? I ...... talk to her right way. I have an urgent message for her! 7. You ..... study harder 8. I ..... be at your house by six o’clock 9. When you finish the test, you... leave 10. I’m not quite ready to go, but you ..... Leave if you are in a hurry. I ..... meet you leter.