Modals and Passive Voice - The modal auxiliary verb 'can'


This video focuses on the modal auxiliary verb "can". In the classroom, you probably initially introduce the word "can" in the context of ability. However, there are more usages, such as possibility, permission, request and advice.

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Establishing rapport and a sense of trust is going to play a major part in how well one can convey the and how well the student is able to absorb the information given. As stated in previous lessons, getting students to feel comfortable with their teacher as well as with their fellow students is going to be one of my major goals when starting to teach.Unit 4 explains present tense. In this unit, I learned how to form affirmatives and negatives of the various present tenses. I also learned how to ask questions using any of the various forms of present tense. The different forms of present tense that I learned are; present simple, present continuous, present perfect and the present perfect continuous.