"MODAL VERBS" ELABORATED BY: ESTEBAN LÓPEZ RAMIRO GROUP: EKIN-303

MODAL VERBS - ESTEBAN LÓPEZ RAMIROGROUP: EKIN-303.30/10/2020.

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"MODAL VERBS" ELABORATED BY: ESTEBAN LÓPEZ RAMIRO GROUP: EKIN-303 by Mind Map: "MODAL VERBS"  ELABORATED BY:  ESTEBAN LÓPEZ RAMIRO  GROUP: EKIN-303

1. Structure (INTERROGATIVE): Ought + subject + to + infinitive (do it) + ?

1.1. Answer (POSITIVE): Yes, I ought to.

1.1.1. EXAMPLE: Ought I to do my homework? A (P): Yes, I ought to. A (N): No, I ought not to.

1.2. Answer (NEGATIVE): No, I ought not to.

2. Answer (POSITIVE): Yes, I will like.

2.1. EXAMPLE: Will like I go to the party? A (P): Yes, I will like. A (N): No, I won't like.

3. CAN

3.1. Structure: Subject + can + infinitive.

3.1.1. EXAMPLE: I can drive a car.

3.2. Structure (NEGATIVE): Subject + can not/can´t + infinitive.

3.2.1. EXAMPLE: I can't drive a car.

3.3. Structure (INTERROGATIVE): Can + subject + infinitive + ?

3.3.1. Answer (POSITIVE): Yes, I can.

3.3.1.1. EXAMPLE: Can I drive a car? A (P): Yes, I can. A (N): No, I can´t.

3.3.2. Answer (NEGATIVE): No, I can/can´t.

4. COULD

4.1. Structure: Subject + could + infinitive

4.1.1. EXAMPLE: I could love.

4.2. Structure (NEGATIVE): Subject + could not/couldn´t + infinitive.

4.2.1. EXAMPLE: I coludn't love.

4.3. Structure (INTERROGATIVE): Could + subject + infinitive + ?

4.3.1. Answer (POSITIVE): Yes, I could.

4.3.1.1. EXAMPLE: Could I love? A (P): Yes, I could. A (N): No, I couldn't.

4.3.2. Answer (NEGATIVE): No, I could not/couldn´t.

4.4. Structure: Subject + might + infinitive.

4.4.1. EXAMPLE: I might have to travel.

4.5. MIGHT

4.5.1. Structure (NEGATIVE): Subject + might not + infinitive.

4.5.1.1. EXAMPLE: I might not have to travel.

4.5.2. Structure (INTERROGATIVE): Might + subject + infinitive + ?

4.5.2.1. Answer (POSITIVE): Yes, I might.

4.5.2.1.1. EXAMPLE: Might I have to travel? A (P): Yes, I might. A (N): No, I might not.

4.5.2.2. Answer (NEGATIVE): No, I might not.

5. MAY

5.1. Structure (NEGATIVE): Subject + may + go + not + infinitive.

5.1.1. EXAMPLE: I may go not cook.

5.2. Structure (INTERROGATIVE): May + subject + infinitive + ?

5.2.1. Answer (POSITIVE): Yes, I may.

5.2.1.1. EXAMPLE: Can I drive a car? A (P): Yes, I may. A (N): No, I may not.

5.2.2. Answer (NEGATIVE): No, I may not.

5.3. Structure: Subject + may go + infinitive.

5.3.1. EXAMPLE: I may go cook.

6. WILL

6.1. Structure: Subject + will like + infinitive.

6.1.1. EXAMPLE: I will like go to the party.

6.2. Structure (NEGATIVE): Subject + won't like + infinitive.

6.2.1. EXAMPLE: I won't like go to the party.

6.3. Structure (INTERROGATIVE): Will like + subject + infinitive + ?

6.3.1. Answer (NEGATIVE): No, I won´t like.

7. WOULD

7.1. Structure: Subject + wold like + infinitive.

7.1.1. EXAMPLE: I would like ride the bike.

7.2. Structure (NEGATIVE): Subject + wouldn´t + like to + infinitive.

7.2.1. EXAMPLE: I wouldn't like ride the bike.

7.3. Structure (INTERROGATIVE): Would + subject + like to + infinitive + ?

7.3.1. Answer (POSITIVE): Yes, I would like.

7.3.1.1. EXAMPLE: Would like to ride a bike? A (P): Yes, I would like. A (N): No, I wouldn't like.

7.3.2. Answer (NEGATIVE): No, I wouldn't like.

8. SHOULD

8.1. Structure: Subject + should + infinitive.

8.1.1. EXAMPLE: I should eat vegetables.

8.2. Structure (NEGATIVE): Subject + should not/shouldn´t + infinitive.

8.2.1. EXAMPLE: I shouldn't eat vegetables.

8.3. Structure (INTERROGATIVE): Should + subject + infinitive + ?

8.3.1. Answer (POSITIVE): Yes, I should.

8.3.1.1. EXAMPLE: Should l eat vegetables? A (P): Yes, I should. A (N): No, I should not/shouldn't.

8.3.2. Answer (NEGATIVE): No, I should not/shouldn´t.

9. OUGHT TO

9.1. Structure: Subject + ought to + infinitive (do it).

9.1.1. EXAMPLE: I ought to do my homework.

9.2. Structure (NEGATIVE): Subject + ought not to + infinitive (not do it).

9.2.1. EXAMPLE: I ought to not do my homework.