Modal Auxiliary Review

Modal Auxiliary Review
Modal Auxiliary Review
Modal Auxiliary Review
Modal Auxiliary Review
Modal Auxiliary Review
Modal Auxiliary Review
Modal Auxiliary Review
Modal Auxiliary Review
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This google slides presentation includes a lesson on modal auxiliaries and when to use specific ones. It also includes examples to help students learn when to use can, could, might, may, must, shall, should, would, and will.

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Use modal auxiliaries (e.g., can, may, must) to convey various conditions.
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32 slides
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