Modal Auxiliary

How do I convey ability, possibility, obligations, permission, prohibition, advice, criticism, assumptions, requests, offers and suggestions? Modal auxiliaries are the best answer for this question.

Adding an auxiliary verb to a main verb helps the main verb convey additional information. They are also known as helping verbs.

What are “modal auxiliary verbs”?

The verbs can, could, will, would, shall, should, may, might and must are model auxiliary verbs which help other verbs to express a meaning.

Grammatical Rules:

Sentence Formation

Affirmative Positive Sentence S Modal Auxiliary V OAC
Affirmative Positive Sentence S Modal Auxiliary V OAC
Affirmative Positive Sentence S Modal Auxiliary V OAC
Affirmative Positive Sentence S Modal Auxiliary V OAC

Expressing Ability:

Expressing Ability

 

One comment on “Modal Auxiliary
  1. ushan says:

    It is good

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