48441 modals of deduction

A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH PERFECTIVE MODALS OF NECESSITY CERTAINTY AND ABILITY AND THEIR VIETNAMESE EQUIVALENTS FROM SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH PERFECTIVE MODALS OF NECESSITY CERTAINTY AND ABILITY AND THEIR VIETNAMESE EQUIVALENTS FROM SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL PERSPECTIVE
... traditional grammar and in Systemic Functional Grammar? What are the modal verbs in English as seen from the light of Systemic Functional Grammar and their Vietnamese equivalents? How is modality ... main parts: Modality in English and Vietnamese and Modal verbs in English and Vietnamese Chapter is concerned with descriptions and analyses of the three meanings - necessity, certainty and ability ... chapter Modality in English is not discussed in any branch of grammar apart from in Traditional Grammar as the background and in the light of Functional Grammar as the focus An overview grasp of...
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Past Modals for Deduction

Past Modals for Deduction
... the gate I fixed that yesterday.’ NOTE: you cannot use: mustn’t have + past participle verb to make deductions about the past Common Mistakes: Many students not take the opportunity to use these ... meaning as can’t have Why is Tom late? I’m not sure! He can’t / couldn’t have forgotten about the party! = I’m sure he didn’t forget ... have Why is Tom late? He may / might / could have got stuck in traffic However, in the negative form the meaning is not the same Why is Tom late? He may / might not have got your message (NOT...
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Present Modals for Deduction

Present Modals for Deduction
... ‘No, he can’t be I was in there a minute ago.’ NOTE: you cannot use: mustn’t + infinitive to make deductions about what is not true Common Mistakes: Many students not take the opportunity to use...
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A contrastive analysis of English perspective modals of necessity, certainty and ability and their Vietnamese equivalents from systemic functional perspective

A contrastive analysis of English perspective modals of necessity, certainty and ability and their Vietnamese equivalents from systemic functional perspective
... traditional grammar and in Systemic Functional Grammar? What are the modal verbs in English as seen from the light of Systemic Functional Grammar and their Vietnamese equivalents? How is modality ... main parts: Modality in English and Vietnamese and Modal verbs in English and Vietnamese Chapter is concerned with descriptions and analyses of the three meanings - necessity, certainty and ability ... chapter Modality in English is not discussed in any branch of grammar apart from in Traditional Grammar as the background and in the light of Functional Grammar as the focus An overview grasp of...
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19560 modals of speculation

19560 modals of speculation
... shops She's rich and famous 12 _ I really think Real Madrid (can't/could) lose the final of the King's Cup 13 _ She's been revising 10 hours a day for weeks She (could/must) ...
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4205 present modal verbs of deduction

4205 present modal verbs of deduction
... got in through the window - it's on the 21st floor! PRESENT MODAL VERBS OF DEDUCTION can have must have can't have might have 10 Judging by the present evidence, we think he used a disguise ... PRESENT MODAL VERBS OF DEDUCTION You be hungry again You've only just had dinner! can't mustn't might ... have You left it in the office, I suppose could have might have must have I and are both possible Police are convinced the paintings taken out of the coutry already may have must...
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modals of lost opportunity should have could have would have

modals of lost opportunity should have could have would have
... _ (have) the accident 1 .would have bought should have been could have stayed should have told /would certainly have lent wouldn’t have asked shouldn’t have been driving 7a) couldn’t have stolen ... 7b) should have taken/wouldn’t have been stolen could have ordered should have told (the right thing to do) or /could have told (she had the opportunity) 10 should have been (certainty) /could have ... Exercises - intermediate/upper-intermediate level Choose either would have, could have, should have + past participle’ to complete these sentences using, when necessary, the ‘ing’...
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