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English - Modal Verbs II

English - Modal Verbs II

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MODAL VERBSMODAL VERBS
 
CharacteristicsCharacteristics
 They are INCOMPLETE VERBS. They  They are INCOMPLETE VERBS. They dondont have all the tenses. There is not pastt have all the tenses. There is not pastparticiple, so there is not passive. They useparticiple, so there is not passive. They useother verbs to complete the tenses.other verbs to complete the tenses.
--CAN is completed with BE ABLE TOCAN is completed with BE ABLE TO
 They can play the piano. They can play the piano. They will be able to play the piano in the future. They will be able to play the piano in the future.
--MUST is completed with HAVE TOMUST is completed with HAVE TO
 You must come early. You must come early. You had to come early yesterday. You had to come early yesterday.
 
 They don They dont havet have –  – s in third person singular of s in third person singular of the present simplethe present simple
“ “ He can open the door He can open the door ” ” “ “ She must come early She must come early ” ” 

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