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This presentation aims at practicing different modal verbs (present forms). Students complete the sentences with the necessary modals and check their answers themselves. It's thematic an ...
This is a game in the form of a presentation. You can choose the number of the image by drawing lots, or put the numbers in a hat and pull out one by one. The game can be displayed on the screen o ...
This worksheet lets students practise the form and function of the modal verbs of necessity (have to, don’t have to, must, mustn’t). It focuses on letting the learner choose the right ...
A worksheet to be used at the beginning of the schoolyear. It may help the students about the teacher's expectations during the English lessons. A way to revise modals with an easy fill-in-the-bl ...
This worksheet can be used in conjunction with other World Heritage Site activities. In groups, students use imperatives, 'must, and 'should' to create their own rules for visitors to World Herit ...
This worksheet gives students an opportunity to practice their models of obligation and recommendation while practicing airport vocabulary. Students start off with a conversation and then talk abo ...
Modal verbs and their usage cause lots of problems to our students. I hope that with this ppt they will be able to understand not only what modality is but also when they can use one or another ve ...
This worksheet will help you to identify the difference between have to and must, and there is a free exercise that you can do with your students in junior high or elementary school. I designed it ...
This is the first time to upload my file here. This is a PPT for modal verbs review quiz game. Each row in the second page means the level of the question and you get different points for correct ...
This power-point presentation provides brief and simple explanations of each modal verb (can-could-may-might-must) and some exercises related to them. The aim is to clarify the use of each modal v ...
This is a song that I used to introduce the modal verbs "must", "should" and "could". Students are asked to first complete sentences with the words they listen to (only modals) and then they are a ...
This worksheet contains brief explanations of each modal verb (can- have to- must- should) and some graphic examples that illustrate each of them. There are lots of exercises to practice. You can ...
I created this worksheet to help my students practise the modals of deduction and supposition in a fun way. They look at the picture through the microscope and try to guess what it might be. I'm ...
The target language for this worksheet is must, must not, have to, don't have to and can. The way I used it was to first have students guess what the school rules were in my old school (in the US ...
It's an introduction to modal verbs - first some basic rules, then the rules for forming past (not all modal verbs have separate forms for past, some use perfect infinitive - in my experience it i ...
This is a powerpoint presentation of modals and modals perfect for esl B1-B2 level. There are no grammar rules, only examples and pictures that better explain the use of modals. A teacher can use ...
I use the following youtube clip (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1D7VUIf8bU) to practice using modals (possibility), especially might. The students listen to the sounds of the clip and try to gu ...
Here is a power point presentation I did for my English class with the definition of modal verbs, a list of them (must, must not, can, could may, might, need, need not, should/ought to, had better ...
The worksheet contains three activities about modal verbs. The first task is complete the sentences. Use can, can't, could or couldn't. The second task is the same but you have to use can, can't, ...
This is a worksheet for pre-intermediate and intermediate students for filling the blanks with conditional 0 or 1 and some modal verbs, and turning active sentences into passive ones. It's 30 minu ...
This is a 2- page worksheet for teaching or revising modal verbs at elementary level. There are 4 different activities in which students are asked to rewrite the sentences, using a form with got i ...
This NYC tipping guide is taken from the research of Waitbutwhy.com, original available here http://waitbutwhy.com/2014/04/everything-dont-know-tipping.html. I used the chart to start a discu ...
Gap-text where students listen and fill in the blanks. For teens or adults. Level: pre-intermediate or higher. Grammar structure in song: past modals of deduction (must have seemed, ...
Ppt presentation about must and mustn't for pre-intermediate students (10th grade). This presentation describes structures and correct use of both (must and mustn't), and gives the complete explan ...
This presentation introduces how to give advice using the modal forms could - should - and must as well as to suggest and to recommend. I had ss work in pairs or small groups to come up with idea ...
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