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Modal verbs of probability (Crown Academy of English) UNIT 9 - part of lesson G
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Learn how to use modal verbs in English to express probability and possibility. In this grammar lesson, I will teach you when to use must, could and might in the affirmative and when to use can't and might not in the negative. We look at the grammar rules and also some examples of using these modal verbs for when we are sure about something and for when we aren't certain.



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