Modals & semi-modals

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Expressing asking for a permission , offers, making requests, suggestions , expressing ability , obligation , necessity and prohibition.
Abeer Alqahtani
Mind Map by Abeer Alqahtani, updated more than 1 year ago
Abeer Alqahtani
Created by Abeer Alqahtani almost 9 years ago
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Modals & semi-modals

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  1. Offer
    1. Can
      1. Can I help you?
      2. Could
        1. Could I help you?
        2. May
          1. May I help you ?
        3. Asking for permission
          1. Can
            1. Can I go to the festival?
            2. Could
              1. Could I go out , please?
              2. May
                1. May I open the window , please?
              3. Making Requests
                1. Can
                  1. Can you help me open the door ?
                  2. Could
                    1. Could you show me the way to class?
                    2. May
                      1. May I have some more coffee?
                    3. prohibition
                      1. mustn't
                        1. You mustn't use your mobile here.
                      2. Making suggestions
                        1. Shall
                          1. Shall we go away for the weekend ?
                        2. Ability
                          1. be able to
                            1. all tenses
                              1. I haven't been able to go shopping since last month. / I will be able to speak English in the future .
                            2. could
                              1. past
                                1. I could climb trees when I was young .
                              2. Can
                                1. present
                                  1. The baby can speak.
                              3. absence of necessity
                                1. don't have to
                                  1. We don't have to go out if you don't want to .
                                  2. don't need to
                                    1. You don't need to give me the money.
                                    2. needn't
                                      1. You needn't worry.
                                    3. obligation
                                      1. must
                                        1. have to
                                          1. present + future
                                            1. I must buy ted a present for his graduation .
                                              1. You have to put on a uniform at school.
                                            2. had to
                                              1. past
                                                1. I had to drink milk everyday when I was a child.
                                            3. necessity
                                              1. need to
                                                1. I need to talk to you?
                                                2. need
                                                  1. Need you buy new shoes?
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