10 Uses of Models in English

This version discusses the use of the admin modal. It is important for you to know the usefulness of these methods so that you do not make the mistake of using them both in writing and in English conversation.

1. Country Offer (Are you…?)

Will and will you are used to indicate present and future propositions. Difference, want…? is used in a question sentence and is a more formal or official expression than will.

See an example of its use below:

  • Rara will help you if you want. (RARA will help you if you wish).
  • will you come to my house? (Will you come to my house?)
  • would you like a cup of coffee? (would you like a cup of coffee?).

2 Ability to express (can and can)

Can is used to describe abilities in the present (present), while can is used to describe abilities in the past (past). Example of sentences:

  • Edikon jumps, but can’t etc.
  • When I was fifteen, I could ride a motorcycle.
  • I can’t complete my work because I am getting blackout.

3 Expressing presumption (will and desire)

Will and Will means desire. Although the meaning is the same, the two types differ in their subject matter. will be used for all subjects, while will be used only for I and We.

Example of sentences:

  • Dimas will be in Lampung tomorrow.
  • Will win the Vessel/Championship.
  • i will visit my grandpa next week

4 Expressing a request request

There are two types of requests: asking for something or asking permission and please. If you’re asking for something or permission, use I, can I, can, or can I.

May and can be used in formal situations, while can be used in informal situations (usually for friends). As for power, it is quite modest, but rarely used.

Example of sentences:

  • may I borrow your pencil? (may I borrow your pencil?)
  • can i have your pencil? (may I borrow your pencil?)
  • can i have your pencil? (may I borrow your pencil?)
  • may I borrow your pencil? (may I borrow your pencil?)

In the meantime, if you ask someone else for help, will you use, can you, and can. Here is an example sentence:

  • Will you send a letter to my sister? [lebih sopan] (Can you send a letter to my younger sister?)
  • Will you send a letter to Didi? [sopan]
  • Can you send a letter to my sister? [sopan]
  • Can you send a letter to my sister?[official not[tidakresmi][सरकारीनहीं[tidakresmi

5 Must Tell (Must & Must)

Present is and should be used to indicate need. The difference is that, stronger than necessity indicates a level of need.

Example of sentences:

  • You must save this box. (You have to keep my secret).
  • we have to go now. (we have to go now).
  • you have to go now.

To express an imperative in the past, use must. See the following example:

  • I had to do my homework last night.
  • We had to go to the subway last night.

6 Saying You Shouldn’t

The models used to express must be in negative form, i.e. do, don’t, or don’t). Whether or not it should be used for the present, whereas it should not be used for the past.

Examples:

  • You don’t have to be smart to be a blogger. (You don’t have to be a genius to be a blogger).
  • I don’t need to go to the market. (I don’t need to go to the market).

7 expressing certainty

To express certainty, should, may, may and may are used. The certainty level for Mandatory is 95%, while May/Can is less than 50%.

Example of sentences:

  • He must be sick. (He must be sick).
  • He may be ill. (He may be sick).
  • maybe ill. (He may be sick).
  • He may be ill. (He may be sick).

8 Describing Prohibition (Not Allowed)

To mention prohibition, the modus operandi used should not be, which means it is not allowed. Example of sentences:

  • You are not allowed to smoke in this room. (You are not allowed to smoke in this room).
  • We should not tell about the story to anyone. (We can’t tell anyone about the story).

9 Offering or soliciting

To make a suggestion, should I use…? (What if I…?) Or we…? (What if we…?)

Examples:

  • Should we go now? (Should we go now?)
  • Should I open the window? (What if I open a window?)

Should I also be using… to ask for advice? Or we…?

Example of sentences:

  • what will i wear? (What should I wear?)
  • what time shall we meet? (what time should we meet?)

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The capital used for advising should be, should be, better. All these modalities are currently used. It is better to be strong in advice, than should and should be.

Example sentences are as follows:

  • You have to (you have to quit smoking).
  • You have to stop smoking. (You have to stop smoking).
  • It is better to quit smoking. (You have to stop smoking).

Hopefully the discussion of 10 Uses of Modal in English above can help friends to understand how to use Modal in English.

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