All of the following sentence (1-5) contain modal auxiliary verbs that are underlined. Tatch the modal verb to the definitions below (A-E).
- You should see a doctor as soon as you can. – C
- You may go now, thank you. – E
- This letter must be from Frank – he’s the only one who hasn’t written so far. – B
- I can’t play the piano very well. – A
- We couldo out, but I don’t know if I’m in the mood. – D
- A. Ability.
- B. Logical deduction
- C. Advice
- D. Possibility
- E. Permission
Match the underlined verb form examples to the correct definition.
- I worked until 7 o’clock last night. – past tense
- They’ve been seeing a lot of each other lately.
- She lives not far from here. – 3rd person/PST
- You have to try harder. – base form
- It was handed to me as I was leaving. – past participle
- Base form
- 3rd person – present simple tense
- past tense form
- past participle form
- -ing form