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Описание презентации LET’S REVIEW MODALS! I Could do… по слайдам
LET’S REVIEW MODALS!
I Could do…
• Could not We use could not when we did not have the possibility or ability to do something in the past. We use could when we had the possibility or ability to do something in the past. It is also used for requests.
Could you close the door, please? Request
When I was young I could not swim. Ability in the past
Now I can swim. Ability now
When he was one year old he could not read.
Now he can read.
When he was seven years old he could not understand English
Now he can
Use the words: can, can’t, couldn’t to complete the sentences a. Bob_____ swim but he_____ when he was two years old. can couldn’t
b. When Steve was 6 years old, he _______surf, but he is twenty now. He _______. couldn’t can
c. Last week it was sunny and we_____go swimming, but this week we____. It was very cloudy and windy. couldn’t
d. Russell _____ play the violin, but he ____ play the piano. can’t
e. Tony_____ cook now, but he ______ before taking cooking lessons. can couldn’t
f. Mary was so busy that she ____ accept the invitation to go out. couldn’t
g. ______ you please help me with the science experiment? Can / Could
Big possibilities or not?
May : Request ( extremely formal) May I use your phone? Can I borrow your pencil? (informal) Could I use your phone? (more formal)
May : Permission You may (not) go outside.
May : probability • It may rain tomorrow.
• She might be at home by now but it’s not sure at all. Might : Remote possibility of something
• I might not have time to go to the shop. I have a lot of tests this week.
Circle the best modal for each sentence I may/ can / might speak French well. I may/ can / might see Brad Pitt when I am in Hollywood. The Queen Elizabeth may not / can not / might not visit our country. May/ Can/ Might I close the door? I can/ may / might go on holiday to Spain.
• You never know, I may/ might become a President one day. • Billy and I may/might cook dinner tonight. • You might / may leave if you wish.
Answer Key • Can • Might not • May • Might • May
Is it possible or not so possible to happen?
Make questions with ‘may’ according to the situations
Rules and more rules
Must: Express obligation (generally they are strong rules)
Answer Key • D • C • B • D • A • B • A • C •
Write sentences with ‘must’ or ‘mustn’t’ according to the class rules.
Make a list of the things you MUST or MUSTN’T do in a zoo. Write complete sentences. BUY A TICKET – FEED THE ANIMALS – TOUCH THE ANIMALS – TAKE PHOTOS – BE QUIET – SHOUT – DROP THE LITTER MUST DO MUSTN’T DO -You…