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Modals - can/may/must

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Hug MODAL VERBS Hug

 
   

 Angry   Negation

 

cannot

 

 

must not

 

 

need not

 

     PRESENT     TENSE

can

 

may

 

must

 

    (paraphrase)

am/is/are able to

am/is/are not able to

am/is/are allowed to

am/is/are/ not allowed to

have/has to

don’t/doesn’t have to

 

 

Example:

Present tense: I can help you. / I am able to help you.    Clap                        

Negation: I cannot help you. / I am not able to help you.   Angry

 

Write sentences:

1.  She can hear him. / She him.

       She him. / She  him.

2.  They may go to the party. / They to the party.

They  to the party. / They to the party.

3.  He must do his homework. / He  his homework.

He  his homework. / He  his homework.

4.  I may watch TV. / I  TV.

I  TV. / I  TV.

5.  We can eat everything up. / We  everything up.

We  everything up. / We  everything up.

6.  My brother can swim well. / My brother  well.

My brother very well. / My brother  well.

7.  They must clean their room. / They  their room.

They  their room. / They  their room.

8.  Helen can read well. / Helen  well.

Helen  well. / Helen  well.

9.  You may cross the street here. / You  the street here.

You  the street here. / You  the street here.

10.              Jim may stay at the party after midnight. / Jim  at the party after midnight.

Jim  at the party after midnight. / Jim  at the party after midnight.