Category Archives: Modals

Should – Ought to – Had better

These video lessons are designed for teaching you should, ought to and had better. In these trainings, you can find the differences and similarities among these modals and others.

You will understand the correct uses of them through interactive exercises and online video lessons…

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Video Lessons:

Should & ought to

Should & Ought to & must (difference)

Shouldn’t & needn’t

Should be doing & ought to be doing

Had better

could have done (verb3)

Today, we are going to show you the uses of could have verb3 and differences between could have done and could and was able to.

In the video lessons, there are many example sentences and grammar points about how we use could have done.

This topic is one of the most confused part of the Past Modals. It is really important to understand it well in order to use past modals correctly in English.

Could Have Verb 3 –  Video Lesson

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can & could (positive -negative -question form)

In this lesson, we are trying to teach the students  can and could modals as a basic English grammar point. We have produced very simple sentences and examples to show the students basic points in the subject of can and could. With the help of interactive exercises you can practice what you have learnt.

Can Video Lesson  1 (Positive  Form)

Can Video Lesson 2 (Negative  Form)

Can Video Lesson  3 (Question  Form)

Could Video Lesson  1 (Positive Form)

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

May & Might Lesson — Modals in English Grammar

In this grammar lesson, we will cover “may and might” which are the basic topics of the English modals.

They are used for expressing possibility of an action and are used differently from “can” modal.

In this lesson, you can learn the rules of these modals and compare them with “can”.

Here are the video grammar lessons teaching ” may and might.”

Video Lesson 1 ( May & Might –  Positive, Negative Form)

Video Lesson 2 ( May & Might – Sure or maybe )

Video Lesson 3 ( May & Might –  Question Form)

Video Lesson 4 ( May & Might & Can comparison difference)

May & Might Exercise 1

May & Might & Can  Exercise 2

May & Might Exercise 3

Must & Have to – video lessons and exercises

Must and have to modals are the most commonly used structures of English. They are usually used to mean obligation in English.

Although they are used similarly, there are some differences in usage. Below are the video lessons teaching you the structure and uses of these modals…

Video Lesson 1 (must – positive form)

Video Lesson 2 (mustn’t – negative form)

Video Lesson 3 (must – question form)

Video Lesson 4 (have to / has to – positive form)

Video Lesson 5 (have to – question form)

Video Lesson 6 (don’t have to – negative form)

Video Lesson 7 (must & have to difference)

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3