How to use the basic conditionals (IF sentences) in English, including the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and zero conditionals.
The structure and use of the subjunctive in English.
If I win the lottery I will buy a castle...
Must for obligation. "I must do."
For prohibition. "I must not do."
Also called the Past Progressive Tense.
If I won the lottery I would buy a castle...
If I had won the lottery I would have bought a castle...
A unique approach to understanding the English verb phrase pattern using an interactive flow chart. The charts can be controlled to display any combination of tense: simple, modal, and complex; including contractions, negative, emphatic and more.
When and how to use these modal verbs in English.
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Should is an auxiliary verb, a modal auxiliary verb. We use should mainly to give advice or make recommendations, talk about obligation or talk about probability and expectation.
The Irregular Verbs with examples and funny cartoons
How to speak about the future using WILL
Lesson on the modal verb "would". With quiz to test understanding.