must/can´t/might and the present/perfect infinitive
CAN & CAN´T - Expressing Ability
SUMMARY OF MODAL VERBS (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
CAN / CAN´T (1)
SHOULD - SHOULDN´T ( HEALTH PROBLEMS ) KEY INCLUDED
Five Senses Activity
present or perfect infinitive
(simple or continuous) as in the example :
I am sure she works as a nurse - She
as a nurse.
present infinitive : to work
perfect infinitive : to have worked
continuous form : to be working
continuous form : to have been working
I am sure the students are taking a test at the moment.
a test at the moment.
2.I am sure they played in several films together.
in several films together.
3.I am not sure, but perhaps he will be the new star in the film.
the new star in the film.
4.I am not sure, but I think he didn't come here to apologize.
here to apologize.
5.It is certain that the Smiths didn't like their new house.
their new house.
6.Perhaps she was taking poetry lessons.
7.The couple is having a fight, so I guess they are feeling unhappy.
The couple is having a fight, so they
8.I am sure the student got an A- because he looks satisfied.
an A- because he looks satisfied.
9.As I can see, he isn't leaving, he is just going to the bathroom!
As I can see, he
, he is just going to the bathroom!
10.Perhaps she likes cats more than dogs.
cats more than dogs.