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Hi Everyone, We began with a review of modal verbs which are : Today we focused on modals of speculation – must, might, may, and could. Modals of speculation are used to express degrees of certainty. In other words, they describe a fact or situation that is definite, probable, possible or impossible. For example:  Mary must…

Daydreaming

Hi Everyone, Thanks for coming out in today’s snow storm! Forecast looks like it will be a couple of inches of heavy, wet snow. Be Careful!!   We started out today with a review of modal verbs – which are helping (or auxiliary) verbs that express necessity or possibility. Some modal verbs are: must, can’t, might, could,…

Yes, I CAN!

Hi Everyone, Today’s class began with a discussion of the uses of can / could. These are modal verbs that are used to express physical ability (able to do something); mental ability (know how to do something), potential ability (something is likely to happen) , and, ability to succeed (a moment of completion/success).  Examples: 1.) Tom can…

What Should We Do To Avoid Procrastination?

Hi Everyone, Today we started with a review of modal verbs – can, may, must, would, should, could, will, shall, and ought to. Modal verbs are auxiliary verbs and always require another verb in a sentence. For example – I can go shopping.  We use modal verbs to express things like – ability, obligation, possibility, permission,…