May Might – what are the Differences?

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In this lesson you will learn “What is the usage of modal verbs May – Might?”

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1- May / Might – What is the Sentence Formation?
May / Might + Verb in the infinitive form.

2- May / Might – The Usages
A- Possibility Case
* Notice:
You can use may or might
Here is an example:
We might go for a trip. why don’t you come with us?

B- Formal permission Case.
For Example You may start your quiz Now.

C- Polite Request Case.
* Notice: You can use may or might.
For Example: May I ask you about something?

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You _____ want to stop by the museum gift shop.

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_________ we sit here?

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You ______ park your car here. It isn't reserved for guests of the hotel only.

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They ________ buy a car at all.

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______ I have your autograph?

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You ______ wear formal at work.

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Shall – Should English Lesson

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Today, you will study the modal verbs (Shall & Should) in details..

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What about the Modal Verb Shall (Usages, Formation and English Examples)
1- The Usage of Modal Verb Shall

Offer Assistance or Polite Suggestion (When you are quite sure of positive answer).

Notice that this modal verb is only used with the pronouns I or we.

 

2- The Sentence Formation of Modal Verb Shall
Shall + subject + base form of any verb.

3- Finally, Study this English Example:
Shall we go to the museum?

What about the Modal Verb Should (Usages, Formation and English Examples)
1- The Usage of Modal Verb Should
Offer Assistance or Polite Suggestion (If you
aren’t sure of positive answer).

2- The Sentence Formation of Modal Verb Should
Should + subject + base form of any verb.

 

3- Finally, Study this English Example:
Should I call my mother?

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Shall I ____ for a walk?

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She ________ put her leg on the table. It’s not polite.

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________ I get your coat? It’s freezing out there.

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You _____ get your teeth cleaned.

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Should I ______ the doctor?

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He _______ encourage such a good behavior.

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Look phrasal verbs – What are the Differences?

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It’s about the difference among 3 English Phrasal Verbs which are look for & look at & look after

1- Look + For
The meaning
Search.

Some Examples:
I’m looking for my cat.
He looks for his key.

2- Look + After
The meaning
Take care of.

For Example:
She looks after her pet.

3- Look + At
The meaning
To direct your eyes towards something.


Some Examples:
Look at this horse.
Look at this yellow car.

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Look ___ those lovely dogs over there.

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I'll see you again. Look ___ yourself.

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Could everyone please look ___ the lost keys?

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This is very valuable. Please look ___ it.

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I hear he is looking ___ a job.

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A lot of people were looking ___ the beautiful painting

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My sister looks ___ the kids on Sunday.

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Who – Whom English Lesson – what is the difference?

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In this lesson, you will learn about the differences between “Who & Whom”
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What is the common thing between “Who & Whom”?
They both are interrogative pronouns.

What is the difference between “Who & Whom”?
It is “Usage”

1- Whom
A) “Whom” used in place of the object of a question or preposition.
Check these Examples:
Whom did you tell?

With whom are you talking?

B) Used in statements, in place of the object of a clause.
Here are some Examples:
This is the woman whom I told you about.
Sara is the woman whom you met last month.

2- Who
A) “Who” used in place of the subject of a sentence.
Here are some Examples:
Who are you?
Who is he?

B) It is used in statements, in place of the subject of a clause.

Here are some Examples:
Anyone who knows the truth should tell me.

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___________ did he tell?

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_______________ is used in place of the object of a question, verb or preposition.

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__________ is there?

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______________ is used in place of the subject of a question or sentence.

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She is the woman ______ you met yesterday.

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Who & Whom are interrogative ___________.

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