Modal Verbs

A request, permission, certainty, advice, threat, expectation, necessity, prohibition, lack, willingness, ability, possibility, suggestion, impossibility, preference. If we use a different modal, the meaning of the verb will change.
 
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Part B. Requests for Action

Part B. Requests for Action   There are four modals,...

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Part C. Requests for Permission

Part C. Requests for Permission People are sometimes confused by...

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Part D. Would

Part D. Uses of Would Focus a bit on this...

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Part E. Obligation / Need

Part E. Obligation / Need obligation and lack of obligation....

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Part F.  Must and Have to

Part F.  Must and Have to We express internal rules...

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Part G: Lack of Need or Obligation

Part G: Lack of Need or Obligation !!! do not...

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Part H: Prohibition

Part H:  Prohibition Prohibition means that you are not allowed...

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