English Modal Auxiliary Verbs: May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need (English Daily Use Book 20) Manik Joshi

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Published: October 25th 2013

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English Modal Auxiliary Verbs: May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need (English Daily Use Book 20)  by  Manik Joshi

English Modal Auxiliary Verbs: May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need (English Daily Use Book 20) by Manik Joshi
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Modal Auxiliary Verb (or Modal Verb or Modal Auxiliary) is a verb that is used with another verb (not a modal verb) to express ability, intention, necessity, obligation, permission, possibility, probability, etc.English modal auxiliary verbs -MoreModal Auxiliary Verb (or Modal Verb or Modal Auxiliary) is a verb that is used with another verb (not a modal verb) to express ability, intention, necessity, obligation, permission, possibility, probability, etc.English modal auxiliary verbs - may, might, can, could, will, would, shall, should, must, need, used(to), ought(to), dare | different patterns and examples | may and might are used to express- possibility, compulsion, obligation, probability (in present and future) | can, could are used to express- ability, probability, possibility, suggestion, request, condition | will, would are used to express- action in future, present habit, compulsion, obligation | shall, should are used to express- action in future, suggestion, surprise, importance or purpose | need is used to express necessity | used(to) is used to express- past habit | ought(to) is used to express- probability, recommendation, obligation, advise | dare is used to express- be brave enough toSample This:Modal Auxiliary Verb - May and MightMay and Might are used to show Possibility/ProbabilityMay and Might are used to ask for Permission/to give PermissionSome Important Uses of May and MightTo give PermissionYou may contact us for queries regarding donations.When you have finished your work you may go home.To say what the purpose of something isWe eat that we may live.Her prayer was that the child might live.That he might be well fed his mother starved herself.To admit that something is true before introducing another point, argument, etc.You may not return to past glory, but dont stop believing.City may not have the roads to drive sports car, but it has excellent infrastructure.It may not be wise, but using force may be lawful.I may not have deserved the house I bought, but Im glad I own it.He may not have been loved, but he was respected.We may have had to go without food, but he is very considerate.May is used to express whishes and hopesMay you live prosperous life!Difference between May and MightNote: Might is the past equivalent of may in indirect speech.But it is used in the same way as may to talk about the present or future.May denotes more probability/more possibilityMight denotes less probability/less possibilityIt may rain tomorrow (Perhaps a 75% chance) - More possibleIt might rain tomorrow (Perhaps a 50% chance) - Less possibleMight also denotes would perhapsYou might attract Presidents attention later.

(= Perhaps you would attract.)He might have to go (Perhaps he had to go.)Might has limitations while asking permissionMight is very polite and formal. It is not common. It is mostly used in indirect questions.I wonder if I might work on your computer.Following are some Common Patterns for using Modal Verb May and Might:Use of Modal Auxiliary May - 01Possibility/Probability (In Present and Future)PATTERNMay + First Form of VerbIt may take four months to recover.He may install camera.It may work this time.His arrest may spell fresh trouble.The long wait may end today.It may help do away with surgery.



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