Modal verbs. Meanings and use. Main modal verbs. Must Have to Ought to Need to Should Can/ could May/might . Main values / meanings. Must – obligation imposed by the speaker Have to – obligation imposed by a situation (external obligation)
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Meanings and use
- present conditional ( politeness)
- polite suggestion
Modals and Related Expressions
must have to
1. I ……….be at the meeting by 10:00. I will probably ………..take a taxi if I want to be on time.
2. You ………..submit the application if it has not been completely filled out. Check that the name, address, and background information are correct.
3. A: Look at these flowers - they're beautiful! But, there's no card. Who could have sent them?
B: It ………have been David. He's the only one who would send you flowers.