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Grammar overview - modal verbs

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The formation of modal verbs

The active form of a modal verb is formed with the Modal verb and the Infinitive form of the verb. The verb remains unchanged, only the modal verb is conjugated.
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Peter can at the seminar take part.

The infinitive of the verb is usually at the end of the main clause.
- Paul can give you the book tomorrow bring.

The perfect form of the modal verb is matched with the form of to have and the Infinitive of the modal verb educated.
- Peter Has participate in the seminar can.

The finite verb form is then in the subordinate clause Hasin front the infinite verb forms have to attend.
- Peter is not coming because he is attending a seminar Has must attend.

In the past, however, almost only the simple past tense was used in the modal verb.
- Peter does not come because he is attending a seminar had to.


Modal verbs in the active

Present:
- Peter got to at the seminar take part.

Perfect:
- Peter Has at the seminar take parthave to.

Preterite:
- Peter had to at the seminar take part.

Past continuous:
- Peter would have at the seminar take parthave to.

Future tense I:
- Peter becomes at the seminar take parthave to.


Modal verbs in passive voice

The passive form of a modal verb is formed with the Modal verb and the Passive infinitive of the verb. The passive infinitive remains unchanged, only the modal verb is conjugated.
- The computer needs to be repaired.

The passive infinitive of the verb is usually at the end of the main clause.
- The computer still needs today repaired become.

The perfect form of the modal verb in the passive voice is formed with the form of 'haben' and the infinitive of the modal verb.
- The computer Has repaired Need to become.

The finite verb form is then in the subordinate clause Hasin front the infinite verb forms need to be repaired.
- Do you know the computer Has need to be repaired.

In the past, however, almost only the past tense was used in the passive form of the modal verb.
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Do you know that the computer can be fixed had to.


Modal verbs in passive voice
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Present:
- The computer got toto be repaired.

Perfect:
- The computer Hasto be repairedhave to.

Preterite:
- The computer had toto be repaired.

Past continuous:
- The computer would haveto be repairedhave to.

Future tense I:
- The computer becomes to be repairedhave to.


Modal verbs in the subjunctive II:

The subjunctive II only knows two tenses: past and present.

active Presence:
- I could someone ask.

Active past:
- i would have someone askcan.

passivePresence:-
- The computer would have toto be repaired.

Passive past:
- The computer would haveto be repairedhave to.

Use of the modal verbs:

can

The modal verb can stands for one ability or one possibility.
- i can To ski. (Ability)
- i can come to your party tomorrow. (Possibility)

Can ski refers to an ability that is innate in me or that I have learned.
Paragraphs: I am able, able, ableTo go skiing.

I can come to your party tomorrow means that I have the opportunity to come to your party tomorrow.
Paragraphs: It is possible for me, I have the opportunityto come to your party tomorrow.

want

The verb want is the subjunctive form of like and becomes common similar to want second hand.

The word want stands for one wish or a desire.
- He would like to go to Spain.
-He has the desire or the needto go to Spain.

Paragraphs:
- He wishesto go to Spain.

allowed to

The modal verb allowed to stands for a possibility or a permission.
- In these rooms may to smoke.
- It is allowedto smoke in these rooms.

Paragraphs:
- Someone has the permission, the authorization, the authorization, the right, something to do.

The negation not allowed is used more often.
- Here not allowed be smoked.
- It is not allowed or permittedto smoke here.

have to

The modal verb have to stands for one need due to circumstances or for a Obligation because of the inner attitude.
- Because of the storm had to the excursion will be canceled.
- It was necessaryto cancel the trip.
- i had to tell him the truth.
- i was obligedto tell him the truth. I couldn't help itthan to tell him the truth.

Paragraphs:
It is necessary, inevitable, necessary, required.
I am committed, I cannot help it.

want

The modal verb want stands for one intention or one plan.
- You want Learn Italian.

- She has the intention or the planTo learn Italian.

Paragraphs:
She plans, makes plans, is willing, is determined.
She intends the plan.

should

The modal verb should stands for one Obligation due to someone else's will. These include, for example, demands, expectations, laws, commandments, regulations, religious norms, recommendations, advice.

The modal verb should allows a free choice while at it have to there is no freedom of choice.
- He should to apologize.
- It will expected, demanded, demandedthat he apologizes.

Paragraphs:
He has to apologize. He is required to.
He has the instruction, the mandate, the task.


Subjective meaning of the modal verbs

Modal verbs are often used to formulate assumptions and guesses.
- He would have to come soon.
- The train should Being late.

It depends on the modal verb used, what degree of probability the statement has for the speaker.
- Mr Müller got to have already arrived in New York. (very sure)
- Mr. Müller must have already arrived in New York.

- Mr Müller would have to have already arrived in New York. (for sure)
- Mr Müller has very likely already arrived in New York.

- Mr Müller should have already arrived in New York. (probably)
- Mr. Müller has probably already arrived in New York.

- Mr Müller could have already arrived in New York. (quite possible)
- Mr Müller may have already arrived in New York.

The modal verb should is also often used when the speaker is making a statement heard from another person. The speaker is not sure if this statement is correct.
- He should have already been in prison.
- The House should to be demolished this year.

The modal verb want sometimes used when a speaker is saying something that another person is saying about himself. To the speaker, this claim seems at least dubious.
- He want have been to China twice.
- You want have been married twice.