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Alumna: Dariana Fernández C.I: 27532810 Verbos Modales A modal verb is a type of verb that is used to indicate modality – that is: likelihood, ability, permission, request, capacity, suggestions, order and obligation, and advice etc. They always take base form of verb with them.

Oraciones

Can -

I can go to the school Can you make a coffee? Can you help me carry the heavy box? You can’t go to the school

May -

May i use this pencil? I may use your calculator You may not buy come candies.

Could -

You could lend me some money Could you open the door, please? Could you like a piece of chocolate cake? I couldn’t get the baby an ice cream

Would -

Would you turn off the air c? You would talk eith my mother Would you play tennis with her? You wouldn’t swim in the pool


Should -

The students should obey their teachers The citizens should obey the law You should be careful always

Must -

She must take the children with her to Houston He must lend us the money which we need You must learn at least five new words every day They must help you with your work

Will -

Will you dance in the party? You will turn off the light for me He will not sit down here She will not buy some cadies

Shall -

Shall we open the door? Shall we rest in your house? You shall read the magazine We Shall not explain the exam to you

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Verbos modales  

Un verbo modal es un tipo de verbo que se usa para indicar la modalidad, es decir: probabilidad, habilidad, permiso, solicitud, capacidad, s...

Verbos modales  

Un verbo modal es un tipo de verbo que se usa para indicar la modalidad, es decir: probabilidad, habilidad, permiso, solicitud, capacidad, s...

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