The verb ‘need’ expresses necessity. It can be used both as a modal and a main verb. Read this article to know about the usage and see the examples.
When we want to give advice, we can choose between should, ought to, could and had better. Learn the difference between these words.
Modal verbs of obligation can be used in negative sentences and questions. Read this article to understand the difference between ‘mustn’t’ and ‘don’t have to’.
May, might and could are modal verbs to express possibility. In this article, you’ll learn how to use them in different tenses.
May, might, could and must are modal verbs for making deductions. In this article, you’ll learn how to use them correctly.
Modal verbs ‘must’ and ‘have to’ can be used to talk about obligation. Read this article to understand the difference between them and how they are used.
We use ‘can’, ‘may’ and ‘could’ to ask and give permission, make a request and offer help. Read this article to learn how to use them correctly.
The modal verbs ‘can’, ‘could’ and ‘be able to’ show ability. Read this article to learn what they mean and how to use them correctly.
Confused about what modal verbs are and how to use them? Learn how to use verbs like can, should, could, must, shall, and might.