Here you can see a great powerpoint explanation (with practice) on these modals! The British Council’s web is always a must!

What are the typical characteristics of modal verbs? Have a look at a very useful handout: modal-verbs-tutorial2

Looking for quick exercises? Esl-lounge, Englishpage and OUP are short good practice.

What’s the difference between NEEDN’T  HAVE andDIDN’T NEED TO?

Practise  might/must/should + have + participle with bits of MOVIES:

Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist and The Butterfly Effect

And many more FILMSUrban LegendPremonitionSaw and The Joy Luck Club

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