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ENGLISH 5

Setting
What are the different
Character/characterization forms
and
Blocking conventions of Film?
Props/set up
Sound Theme
Lighting
Costuming
When you study, you should choose a
quiet place. You could study at home or in
the library. You might set a schedule, so you
study at the same time every day. Forming a
study group with other students may help
you. You must learn effective study
strategies if you want to succeed in college.
SKILL:
Compose clear and coherent
sentences using appropriate
grammatical structures
(Modals).
MODALS/ AUXILIARY
MAIN VERBS
VERBS
study should
choose could
set might
help may
learn must
succeed want to
What are
MODALS/AUXILLARY
VERBS?
What are
MODALS/AUXILLARY
VERBS?
A modal is a type of auxiliary
(helping) verb that is used to express:
ability, possibility, permission or
obligation.
Modal phrases (or semi-modals)
are used to express the same things as
modals, but are a combination of auxiliary
verbs and the preposition to.
The modals and semi-modals in English are:

can shall am/is/are/was/were going to


could should had better
might may have got to
must will ought to
would have to used to
be able to
Identify the modal/s used in the sentence.

1. If the crew can serve my order


C

in twenty minutes, I will eat here


more often.
Identify the modal/s used in the sentence.

2. You can stay in your sit while I get


C

the food for both of us.


Identify the modal/s used in the sentence.

3. I am going to call you tomorrow


C

for updates.
Identify the modal/s used in the sentence.

4. Pupils should study well.


C
What are
MODALS/AUXILLARY
VERBS?
A modal is a type of auxiliary
(helping) verb that is used to
express: ability, possibility,
permission or obligation.
Lets practice:
Write down the correct modal which will complete the
thought of the sentence.
1. Sam: Where (could, might, should, would) you go if you had that
money?
2. Donna:I do not know, I (could, might, should, would) choose to spend a
year in Davao- or perhaps I 3.(could, might, should, would) go to Manila.
Sam: How often do you buy lottery tickets?
4. Donna: Never I guess if I want to win in the lottery, I (could, might,
should, would) try buying some tickets.
5. Sam: That (could, might, should, would) help.