Modal Verbs for Deductions

I created the following resentation for B2 level. The PPT covers the use of modal words to make deductions: to express certainty, probability, possibility or impossibility. The PPT also includes an exercise to practice the use of these modals. The presentation covers the following modals: must, can’t, should/not, ought to/ought not to, might, may/may not, could, will, will not/won’t.

There is also a clear and concise explanation of the difference between may and might.
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About alinaemma

I am an enthusiastic, creative and highly driven TEFL teacher, who is committed to providing teaching based on cutting-edge research and making learning fun, engaging and natural (which means sweat and stress free). I have an experience teaching face-to-face and flipped/blended learning classes in which I am utilizing the latest technology and Web 2.0 tools. I hold an MA level degree in linguistics and have previously studied in Russia, the USA and Norway. Over the past year I was teaching at Universidad de la Sabana, Colombia, and I was loving every minute of it. Currently, I am teaching in St Petersburg, Russia. I specialize in ESP, blended learning (general English B1 and up), TOEFL and IELTS preparation.

Posted on April 5, 2014, in B2, Modal Verbs, Modals for deductions, PPT, Teacher's Resources and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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