ENGLISH AUXILIARY VERBS

A quick and brief review of English auxiliary verbs and their most common uses.

MODAL VERBS – part 2

MODAL VERBS part 2: WILL-WOULD, SHALL-SHOULD, MUST – OUGHT TO (HAVE TO – NEED TO).
Mastering them is an important step towards mastering the language.

MODAL VERBS – part 1

MODAL VERBS: MAY – MIGHT and CAN – COULD.
Mastering them is crucial to learning English.

REPORTED SPEECH – part 2

It’s easier than you think, a quick and brief guide to master Reported Speech. Needless to say that practice is also essential.

REPORTED SPEECH – part 1

It’s easier than you think, a quick and brief guide to master Reported Speech. Needless to say that practice is also essential.

Video Lesson n. 2 – Modal Verbs: Will/Would – Shall/Should – Must/Ought To

This is the second video of a group of two about Modal Verbs. Here I discuss in brief detail WILL/WOULD – SHALL/SHOULD – MUST/OUGHT TO. © L. R. Capuana

Video Lesson n.1 – Modal Verbs: Can/Could – May/Might

This is the first video of a group of two about Modal Verbs. Here I explain why they are so peculiar by listing their main characteristics and I discuss in … Continue reading Video Lesson n.1 – Modal Verbs: Can/Could – May/Might

MODAL VERBS: WILL/WOULD – SHALL/SHOULD

These are the last two couples of Modal or Anamalous Verbs, the previous can be found here and here. WILL/WOULD are always followed by the infinitive of the main verb … Continue reading MODAL VERBS: WILL/WOULD – SHALL/SHOULD

MODAL VERBS: Must-Ought To

  Must is another modal verb and will behave as such, meaning that all the peculiarities regarding modal verbs will apply to this one as well. MUST-OUGHT TO have three … Continue reading MODAL VERBS: Must-Ought To