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Idiomatic Modal Verbs




 
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Idiomatic Modal Verbs - Passive Voice
An American English teachers shows you how to use "be going to," "be able to," "have to," and "ought to" in the passive voice
can = (be) able to
This is the first of three videos that show how to use idiomatic modal verbs. The modal verb "can" is almost the same thing as "(be) able to." Notice that the verb "be" changes according to the subject.



must = have to
The modal verb "must" is almost the same as using "have to," but often "have to" sounds better in spoken English.
The "going to" future tense
This video shows how to make the future with "going to"


 

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