MODAL AUXILIARY

MODAL AUXILIARIES
KINDS of MODAL AUXILIARIES
Can; Could; Cay; Might; Must; Ought to; Should; Will
MODAL AUXILIARY is always followed by Verb 1
Modal Auxiliaries are like other auxiliaries ( do/does/ am/is/are/ did/was/were/ have/has/had) but they have meanings.
For example : S + Modal + V1
1. She can swim well.
2. He may be here.
3. They must study hard.
4. I will help you.
5. She could do well.
6. He might love you.
7. You ought to finish your assignment
8. She must be here tomorrow.
9. He may be happy today.
10. They can be here tomorrow.

For example : S + Modal + not + V1
1. She can not swim well.
2. He may not be here.
3. They must not study hard.
4. I will not help you.
5. She could not do well.
6. He might not love you.
7. You ought not to finish your assignment
8. She must not be here tomorrow.
9. He may not be happy today.
10. They can not be here tomorrow.
For example : Modal + S + V1 ?
1. Can she swim well ?
2. May he be here?
3. Must they study hard?
4. Will I help you?
5. Could she do well?
6. Might he love you?
7. Ought you to finish your assignment?
8. Must she be here tomorrow?
9. May he be happy today?
10. Can they be here tomorrow?

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