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Rules For Modal Verbs

Rules For Modal Verbs - are a kind of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate likelihood, ability, advice, permission, habits and obligation

Rules for using modal verb tenses:

  • "not" after the verb is used to make a verb negative
  • the model verb comes before the subject in questions
  • Rules For Modal Verbs do not change their form according to the tense; there is no "s" added to the verb
  • infinitives (verb without "to") are used right after the modal verb

Tip: An example of model verbs are can/could, may/might, must, will/would, and shall/should.

  • I will not go to the store.
  • We have to go to the party next week.
  • I might go to the store on my way home.

12 English Verb Tense

Have & Has Chart

Have & Have Got Examples

Main Verb Tenses

May Have

May & May Have

Verb Groups

Auxiliary Verbs

Verb Tense "to be"

Verb Tense "to be" Chart

Future Verb Tenses

Modal Verbs

Modal Verb Rules

Verb Tense "Can"

Verb Tense "Could"

Verb Tense "Could" Structure

"Wishes" & Verb Tenses

"Wishes" & Verb Tense Chart

Verb Tense "Have"

Present Verb Tenses

Past Verb Tenses

Adjectives

There is & There are

Tag Questions

Tag Questions Quiz

Types of Questions In English