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modal verbs

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Verbos modales


Activity 1 Previous

Activity 2Principal

Activity 3Reinforcement

1. modal verbs


Be allowed to


Have to

Don't have to




Click on each modal verb to find out its meaning


1. modal verbs


With the following activity we identify what are the different uses of verbs


2. modal verbs



Choose the correct modal verb depending on the context of the sentence

3. modal verbs

Reinforce what you have learned choose the correct modal verb depending on the use that is being asked of you

Be allowed toTo express if someone has permission or not to do something.

MustWe use "must" to indicate duty or obligation to do something.

CanIt is used to ask permission or grant.

Can'tIt is used to express a prohibition or impossibility.

Should(not)It is used to recommend doing something.

Modal verbs are verbs that modify the context of the sentence, because each one has a specific use within the sentence. With these activities you will identify the uses of modal verbs, some indicate obligation or no-obligation, permission or no-permission, prohibition or recommendation.

The following activity will show you some of the different contexts in which you could use modal verbs

Don't have to We use it to say that something is not necessary and that there is no obligation.

Have to It is used for orders and obligations, usually referring to laws and regulations.

Musn'tYou can use must not to say that something is prohibited or not allowed.