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What are Modals?

A helping verb with a main verb when used to express the mood or attitude of a speaker is called a Modals”.

Can, Could, May, Might, Shall, Should, Will, would, Must, Ought to, Used to, Need and Dare are modals or Modals auxiliaries verbs in the language for various meanings:- Such as ability, probability, Possibility, Certainty, Prohibition, Permission, Obligation, Speculation, Opinion etc.

These Modal auxiliaries have three common characteristics –

  1.  There are never used alone.
  2. The Modal auxiliaries have a single form throughout simple present tense.
  3. The Modal auxiliaries do not have the infinitive or Participle forms.

The following books have been consulted for preparing a comprehensive package of grammatical questions, providing one of the biggest domains for the convenience of all types of learners during our teaching journey of 25 years.

1. High School English Grammar and Compositions \ Wren & Martin. 2. English Grammar, Compositions and Usage | Nesfield. 3. Current English Usage | F.T.Wood. 4. A Practical English Grammar | Thomson & Martinet. 5. A Guide to Correct English | L.A.Hill. 6. Practical English Usages | Michael Swan. 7. A Communicative Grammar of English | G. Leech& Jan Swastik. 8. A University Grammar of English | Quirk & Greenbaum. 9. A Dictionary of Modern English Usage | H.W Fowler. 10. ABC of Common Grammatical Error | Nigel D Turtun. 11. Oxford Practice Grammar | John Eastward. 12. Oxford English Grammar Course | Michacl Swan & Catherinc Walter. 13. Contemporary English Grammar Structures and Composition | David Green. 14. How to Translate into English R.P Sinha. 15. How to write Correct English | R.P. Sinha. 16. The Teaching of Structural Words and Sentence Patterns | A.S Hornby.