Modal Auxiliary : Online English Speaking Course Level-3

Modal Auxiliary | Modal Auxiliary Grammar: English Speaking Course

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If you want to learn English speaking you must practice modal auxiliary verbs in your day to day activity. A modal verb is a type of verb that is used to indicate: likelihood, ability, permission, request, capacity, suggestions, order, obligation, or advice. Modal verbs always accompany the base form of another verb having semantic content.

Can:-   हो सकता है

  • Sub + Can + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + Can + not + verb + Obj.
  • I can bathe with cold water.
  • I can not bathe with cold water.

Could:- हो सका/ सकता था

  • Sub + Could + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + Could + not + verb + Obj.
  • She could understand the Arabic language.
  • She could not understand the Arabic language.

Should:- होना चाहिए

  • Sub + should + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + should + not + verb + Obj.
  • We should speak the truth.
  • We should not speak the truth

Must:-  होना ही चाहिए

  • Sub + Must + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + Must + not + verb + Obj.
  • We must rest for a long time.
  • We must not rest for a long time

Would:- होगा ही

  • Sub + would + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + would  + not + verb + Obj.
  • Police would catch the thief
  • Police would not catch the thief.

May / Might:-  शायद

  • Sub + May/ Might + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + May/ Might + not + Verb + Obj.
  • She might come to college on time.
  • She might not come to college on time.
  • I may lend your book.
  • I may not lend your book

Have to / Has to:- करना पड़ता है

  • Sub + have to /has to + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + do/does + not + have to + verb + Obj.
  • Ram has to teach.
  • Ram does not have to teach.

Had to:- करना पडा

  • Sub+ had to + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + did + not + have to + verb + Obj.
  • I had to write a letter.
  • I did not have to write a letter.

Will have to:- करना पड़ेगा

  • Sub + will have to + verb + Obj.
  • Sub + will + not + have to + verb + Obj.
  • I will have to think.
  • I will not have to think.

Should have:- होना चाहिए था

  • Sub + should have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • Sub + should + not + have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • We should have respected elders.
  • We should not have respected elders.

Could have:- हो सकता था

  • Sub + could have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • Sub + could + not + have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • I could have learned.
  • I could not have learned.

Must Have:- हो ही गया होगा

  • Sub + must have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • Sub + must + not + have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • He must have done my work.
  • He must not have done my work.

Might have:- शायद हुआ होगा

  • Sub + might have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • Sub + might + not + have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • You might have seen my elder Brother.
  • You might not have seen my elder Brother.

Would have:- हो ही गया होता

  • Sub + would have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • Sub + would + not + have + verb3rd form + Obj.
  • You would have got money.
  • You would not have got money.

A few Example of Modal Auxiliary are:

  1. I can type very well
  2. You can go now
  3. He can Swim very well
  4. You can leave the room after your work
  5. She could not speak fluently
  6. It may rain today
  7. Could I speak to Mr. Imaduddin, sir?
  8. Can I talk to the principal?
  9. He might come today to see you
  10. He may come to college today
  11. He might come to the station to see you
  12. May I have a little more tea?
  13. We should be careful while boarding the local train
  14. Would you allow me to use your phone?
  15. Would you come to my house tomorrow?
  16. Would you do me a favor?
  17. You must hand over the keys to the neighbor
  18. You have to leave the room immediately
  19. You have to complete your paper before time
  20. I had to leave now

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