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Basic Grammar for IELTS: Modal Verbs

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What Are Modal Verbs?

Modal verbs are important for the IELTS exam as they convey certainty, obligation, permission, and possibility, ensuring success!💯

Now let’s look at the usage of the key modal verbs in this story!🤩

Can and Could

"Can" denotes ability or permission, as in "I can speak English."

"Could" is commonly used to make requests politely, as in, "Could you repeat that?"

Will and Would

"Will" expresses future actions, e.g., "I will attend the meeting."

"Would" is for hypothetical situations or politeness, like "I would like to order."

May and Might

"May" implies possibility or permission, as in "It may rain."

"Might" suggests a lower degree of possibility, like "I might go to the party."

Importance of Modal Verbs for IELTS Success!

Learning modal verbs enhances grammatical accuracy, allowing candidates to convey ideas precisely in both the speaking and writing sections of the IELTS exam!💯

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