Modals and Passive Voice - What are modal auxiliary verbs?

 

This video focuses on modal auxiliary verbs. The words "might", "could" and "must" are modal auxiliary verbs. These verbs express the speaker's feeling or attitude towards the particular verb following the modal.


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A teachers body language and the way he or she presents themselves in front of the classroom really depicts the mood and willingness of a student to participate. If a teacher does not smile, encourage and have a loud clear and firm voice the students lack interest and become bored with the material and teacher when he or she is not engaged. It is important to display and call the students by their name and used hand gestures create drawings and follow a lesson plan structure in order to foster positive continuous learning.