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Published by Miguel Ángel
Modal verbs and modal perfects chart
Modal verbs and modal perfects chart

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Published by: Miguel Ángel on Apr 17, 2012
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 ABILITYREQUESTPOSSIBILITYINABILITYPROHIBITIONDISBELIEF  SUGGESTION/ OFFEROBLIGATION/  NECESSITY CERTAINTY OF TRUE  LACK OF OBLIGATION/  NECESSITY  ADVICE/ OPINION 
CAN
Mary can swim veryfastCan you call metonight?I can meet youlater 
BE ABLE TO
I was able to finish myhomework on time
CAN'T
I can't eat a wholecake by myself You can't drivewithout a licenceThat can't be the price - it's muchtoo cheap
COULD
She could run fastwhen she was a child(past)Could you help mewith the suitcases?(polite)Mark could joinus at the cinemaYou couldexercise and eathealthier food(polite)
MAY/MIGHT
It may/might raintomorrow
MAY
May I join thisteam? (polite)
WOULD
Would you open thewindow, please?(formal)Would you likesomething todrink?
MUST
You must bringyour books to class(strong)She's got a great job. She must bevery happy.
HAVE TO
I have to buy thetickets today
NEED TO
I need to cook dinner tonight.
NEEDN'T
You needn't bring anythingto the party
DON'T HAVE TO
I don't have toget up earlytomorrow
MUSTN'T
You musn'texceed the speedlimit
SHOULD/OUGHT TO
You should/ought to improveyour  pronunciation
SHALL
Shall I help youwith youluggage?

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