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Joshi, Manik (2)
Author since: September 11, 2013

Pages: 71
Language: English
eISBN: 9786162222436
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Genre: Education / Language Arts & Disciplines / Study Aids /

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English Modal Auxiliary Verbs – May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need, Dare, Used(to), Ought(to) ‘May And Might’ Are Used To Denote Possibility, Compulsion, Obligation, Probability (In Present And Future) ‘Can And Could’ Are Used To Express – Ability, Probability, Possibility, Suggestion, Request, Condition ‘Will And Would’ Are Used To Express – Action In Future, Present Habit, Compulsion, Obligation ‘Shall And Should’ Are Used To Express – Action In Future, Suggestion, Surprise, Importance Or Purpose ‘Must’ Is Used To Denote Logical Conclusions, Necessity, Event Occurring Definitely In Present, Event Occurring Definitely In Past Different Patterns For Using Modal Auxiliary Verbs Preview   [scrapeazon asin=”B00B69ZGEE”]