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.