24714 modal verbs in the past

24714 modal verbs in the past

24714 modal verbs in the past
... caught the bus instead of cycling He wouldn’t have crashed if he’d cycled more carefully They shouldn’t have driven in the snow They could have driven more carefully If they’d known they were going ... your mind Can't change your mind Answers Use past modals to speculate about the possible reasons: He may have been on holiday He must have been sunbathing He might have been sitting in the garden ... Listen to the song by Beverley Knight Which past modal verbs can you hear? What mistake did she make? Complete the sentences with the past modal verbs: ……………………………………………… spent...
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irregular verbs in the past simple tense gap fill ig14

irregular verbs in the past simple tense gap fill ig14
... Grammar Skills The Funny Noise – Irregular Verbs in the Past Simple Tense (gap- fill) Answers: Dear Ethel I’m writing to tell you about something that happened yesterday I got up at the usual time ... Guess what? I found the llama hiding in my cupboard! I let him stay and he slept in my garden last night The snoring was so loud! This morning I took him back to the safari park They were really ... watched TV for a while Then I went into the kitchen where I heard a funny noise I thought it came from behind the cooker I got my tool box and moved the cooker out of the way The noise got louder...
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14239 irregular verbs in the past simple form

14239 irregular verbs in the past simple form
... INFINITIV written form pronunciatio n RING /ring/ RUN /ran/ SAY /sei/ SEE /si:/ SELL /sel/ SEND /send/ SET /set/ SING /sing/ SINK /sink/ SIT /sit/ SMELL /smel/ SPEAK ... TAKE TEACH TEAR TELL THINK THROW UNDERSTAND WAKE UP WEAR WIN WRITE /sti:l/ /stik/ /swi:p/ /swim/ /teik/ /ti:č/ /ter/ /tel/ /think/ /throu/ /andrstend/ /weik ap/ /wer/ /win/ /wrait/ STOLE STUCK ... /sink/ SIT /sit/ SMELL /smel/ SPEAK /spi:k/ SPELL /spel/ SPEND /spend/ STAND /stend/ PAST SIMPLE written form pronunciation RANG RAN SAID SAW SOLD SENT SET SANG SANK SAT SMELT SPOKE SPELT SPENT...
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A study on modal adjuncts in the mental process in english and vietnamese newspapers

A study on modal adjuncts in the mental process in english and vietnamese newspapers
... teaching language and newspaper readers 11 CHAPTER FINDINGS AND DISCUSSIONS 4.1 MODAL ADJUNCTS USED IN THE MENTAL PROCESS IN ENGLISH AND VIETNAMESE SPORTS NEWSPAPERS 4.1.1 The Mental Process in ... Vietnamese utterance: initial, medial and final in the MenP Most MAs in English and Vietnamese can assume the initial position as thematic mood adjuncts expressing probability, certainty and intensity ... should feel satisfied at gaining a draw having trailed by a goal and a man against Barcelona He didn't say this but he probably also felt that inferences would once again be drawn about Qatar's methods...
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scientific american - 1994 03 - visiting yourself in the past

scientific american   -  1994 03  -  visiting yourself in the past
... because one basin is riddled with pieces 16 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN March 1994 of the other basin In fact, every area in one basin, no matter how small, contained pieces of the other basin within it “Hence, ... JAK kinase, which in turn calls STAT proteins into action The STAT proteins then journey to the nucleus, where alone or in tandem with other DNA binding proteins they stimulate transcription The ... during the Copyright 1994 Scientific American, Inc RICE PADDIES ( these are in Indonesia ) provide the principal food for more than half the worldÕs population In many parts of Asia the terrain...
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It''''s made of gold-Possibilities Possibility In The Past potx

It''''s made of gold-Possibilities Possibility In The Past potx
... the bin Maybe I threw the cup in the bin Perhaps I did throw the cup in the bin Maybe I did throw the cup in the bin JOHN Maybe you did see him at the market John nói: Maybe you saw him at the ... him at the market or You might have seen him at the market NÓI VỀ CHẤT LIỆU The wallet is made of leather./It’s a leather wallet The cup is made of china./It’s a china cup The spoon is made of metal./It’s ... spoon The t-shirt is made of cotton./It’s a cotton t-shirt The vase is made of glass./It’s a glass vase The frames are made of tortoise-shell./They’re tortoiseshell frame The spoon is made of wood./It’s...
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Changing a sentence into the passive when the active verb is in the past perfect tense

Changing a sentence into the passive when the active verb is in the past perfect tense
... Be first to know when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's free) Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ...
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modal verbs in English grammar

modal verbs in English grammar
... English Opinions and advice: should, ought to, had better  should/ shouldn’t + V-inf(without to) Ex: You should your homework  ought to/ ought not to + V-inf: Ex: I think she ought ... team must/should win, but I'm not sure Let's tell Diana She could/might not know 10 In my opinion, the government might/should something about this II Rewrite each sentence using can, could, must, ... (not) + V-inf for strong opinions Ex: You’d better talk to your teacher about it (short form) We’d better not forget to turn off the computer PRACTICE I Underline the correct word or phrase in each...
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The development of shang in the past five hundred years a corpus perspective

The development of shang in the past five hundred years   a corpus perspective
... a whole, and the data of shang will reveal the developmental trend of shang The new classification is listed as follows: THE NEW SHANG CLASSIFICATION SHANG IN NPS Type A: Shang as a noun or an ... from all nine Chinese novels, and calculate   19   the quantity of these shang- phrases in them because statistical data may reveal the pattern of change 2.1.2 SHANG IN TYPE A2 Type A2 : shang ... has an abstract meaning so it belongs to Type B2 instead There are many shang- phrases of this kind in Chinese, such as xiang shang in the village”, ting shang in the living room” and fu shang...
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MODAL VERBS IN ENGLISH

MODAL VERBS IN ENGLISH
... / DOES in negative and interrogative forms She might not come / Should I apply? 3.They not admit the –ING form They are followed by INFINITIVE without TO ( except for OUGHT TO) Modal verbs can ... without you” MODALS + PERFECT INFINITIVES Some modal verbs can be used with have + past participle to talk about past events • MIGHT, MAY and COULD HAVE + participle refer to something which was ... three years of training” • MUSTN´T: we use it in order to express prohibition Example: “You mustn´t eat in the classroom” • DON´T HAVE TO and NEEDN´T: There is no obligation to something Example:...
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