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2014-10-29T18:02:09+08:00

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Modal verbs are helping/auxiliary verbs that express ideas like ability, permission, possibility, and necessity. Many modal verbs have more than one meaning. They are always followed by the simple form of a verb.
For example:
                     Alan can swim well.
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MODAL VERBS ARE AUXILIARY VERBS THAT EXPRESS THOUGHT AND ABILITY.

EXAMPLE OF MODALS THAT EXPRESS ABILITY :

CAN                        (I CAN EAT THE RICE)
COULD                    ( I COULD TELL YOU MY SECRETS)



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