Modals to express habits: WILL, WOULD, USED TO Let's revise modals to express habits in present and in past. Exam in Mind Level B1 / B2 Will for Present Habits Will + infinitive can be used when we wish to emphasize actions that are characteristic/predictable of a person, habits and tendencies. Will = tend to:
Using Gerunds or Passive Infinitives Following Need Modal verb need Usually an infinitive follows need: I need to borrow some money. John needs to be told the truth. Need With Gerunds or Passive Infinitives: in certain circumstances, a gerund may follow need. In this case, the gerund carries a passive meaning. Usually the situations involve
Fly High 3 Fly High 3 Lesson 26 You Must Be Brave must - повинен I must clean my teeth every day. I mustn’t run in school. I must always do my best. Students must do their homework. We mustn't cheat in a test. They mustn't football in the classroom. worried - схвильований, стурбований She is worried.
Fly High 3 Lesson 25 Can we make a sandcastle? sandcastle - замок з піску They can make beautiful sandcastles. Yesterday we made a beautiful sandcastle. Can you make a sandcastle? armbands - нарукавники I’ve got my armbands on. The girl swam with her armbands. Did he swim with his armbands? bucket - відро We’ve got three buckets.