Modal Auxiliary Words are can, may, shall, will, must, ought to, used to, need, and dare. They do not have’ forms or -ed participles.
Can, may, shall, will, have special past forms could, might, should, and would respectively, but must do not have any past form.
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Modal Auxiliary Words
Modal Auxiliary Word #1
Shall / Will
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- I shall do my best to finish the project on time.
- She will be there to meet you at the airport.
- They will have a meeting tomorrow to discuss the proposal.
- He shall not be able to attend the conference due to a family emergency.
- Who will take this responsibility?
- When shall we meet again?
- When will the book be published?
- Autumn will come after the monsoons.
- He shall be twenty next Monday.
- We will go on a road trip next weekend.
- The team shall work together to achieve their goals.
- You will get a discount if you sign up for the service now.
- Shall I take the pen?
- Which book shall I buy?
- Shall we go for a walk now?
- My parents will come to visit us next month.
- The company shall invest in new technologies to stay competitive.
- I will not be able to come to the party because of a prior commitment.
- She will finish her degree next year.
Modal Auxiliary Word #2
May / Might
- l may go.
- He may succeed.
- It may be true.
- I may go to the gym later today.
- She might be running late for the meeting.
- They may need more time to finish the project.
- He may have lost his pen.
- It might rain tomorrow morning.
- I might go to the office.
- He might not be able to attend the party.
- We may have to postpone the event due to bad weather.
- He may not lend you money.
- Yes, you may.
- No, you may not.
- The concert might be cancelled because of the pandemic.
- You may want to consider taking a break to avoid burnout.
- My friend might come over for dinner tonight.
- May I take leave?
- May I come in?
- You may go home now.
- May I get a cup of coffee?
- May I help you?
- You might use my pencil.
- The restaurant may have a waiting list during peak hours.
- I might take a different route to avoid traffic.
- She may have already left for the airport.
- May you live long.
- May God help you.
- May God bless you.
- May his soul rest in peace.
- May you be happy forever, my son.
- He may have forgotten his phone at home.
Modal Auxiliary Word #3
Can / Could
- I can walk.
- You cannot read.
- Lisa can write.
- The software could be updated to fix the bugs.
- You can use my laptop if yours is not working.
- Birds can fly.
- Yes, you can.
- No, he can not.
- Can you swim?
- Peter can do it easily.
- You could do the work.
- Can you play football?
- I tried as best I could.
- They can speak multiple languages fluently.
- He could fix the car himself instead of taking it to a mechanic.
- We can hike to the summit if we start early in the morning.
- We can not do it without Peter.
- We can not live without water.
- You could do this if you tried.
- He can read English very well.
- My grandparents could tell fascinating stories about their youth.
- The company can provide training to improve employees’ skills.
- I can not walk as fast as you.
- They could not attend the conference due to a scheduling conflict.
- He can solve complex math problems quickly.
- He was so weak that he could not walk.
- Could you lend me your pen?
- Could you come to my home?
- Could you help me with some money?
- We could go to the beach if the weather is nice.
- The project could be completed within a month if everyone worked together.
Modal Auxiliary Word #4
- You must go.
- You must be a liar.
- You must do it.
- You must not tell a lie.
- I must finish this report before the deadline.
- She must follow the safety guidelines while using the equipment.
- They must attend the meeting at 2 pm.
- We must obey the laws.
- We must go to school every day.
- We must do our duty.
- He must submit the application before the closing date.
- We must respect each other’s opinions in a discussion.
- We must abide by the will of God.
- You must wear a helmet while riding a bike.
- My friend must take a break to avoid burnout.
- The team must work together to achieve a common goal.
- I must not forget to set the alarm before going to bed.
- She must apologize for her mistake.
- They must prepare a budget for the upcoming project.
- He must take responsibility for his actions.
Modal Auxiliary Word #5
Should / Would
- I should get more sleep to improve my productivity.
- She would love to go on a vacation to a tropical island.
- We should not sleep during the daytime.
- We should obey our parents.
- Peter would read ten hours a day.
- Would you please lend me a dollar?
- Would you please tell me the time?
- They should consider hiring more staff to handle the workload.
- He would rather stay home and watch a movie than go out.
- We should be more mindful of our carbon footprint.
- The project would be completed faster if we had more resources.
- You should take a break to reduce stress and anxiety.
- My parents would often take us on road trips during the summer.
- The company should invest in employee training to improve productivity.
- I would appreciate it if you could help me with this task.
Modal Auxiliary Word #6
- We ought to obey our parents.
- We ought not to laugh at a deformed man.
- I ought to start eating more vegetables to improve my health.
- She ought to apologize for her behaviour at the meeting.
- They ought to be more considerate of other people’s feelings.
- He ought to get a second opinion before making a decision.
- We ought to respect the rules and regulations of our workplace.
- You should have (or, ought to have) come back before it’s too late.
- You ought to wear a seatbelt while driving for your safety.
- My friend ought to learn how to manage their finances more effectively.
- The government ought to invest in renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions.
Modal Auxiliary Word #7
- Do you dare to go bungee jumping?
- Who dares to enter the office?
- I dare to say that you are a liar.
- Is she daring to climb that mountain alone?
- Tom dare not come to me.
- Peter dared insult me to my face.
- How dare he argue with you?
- She can dare any danger.
Modal Auxiliary Word #8
- I don’t need to go to the store today.
- Do you need any help with your homework?
- John need not go there.
- We need not do this work.
- We aren’t needing any more volunteers for the event.
- Peter need not come here anymore.
- You need not have waited so long.
- Alisha need not worry.
- Did they need any special equipment for the camping trip?
- I need not have bought it.
- He wasn’t needing any more coffee at that point.
- I need your help.
Modal Auxiliary Word #9
- Peter used to play cricket when he was at school.
- I used to live in a village when I was a boy.
- He used to walk every morning when he was in London.
- They used to visit their grandparents every summer.
- Lisa used to wake us every morning.
- I used to do physical exercise in my boyhood.
- We used to always go to the beach on Sundays.
- She used to be shy, but now she’s more outgoing.
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