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Watch the video and answer these questions.

1. What was the customary way in which Kay Wang was forced to apologize to her mother?

2. How did Kay get revenge when forced to apologize in this way?
3. How did Kay meet her husband? 4. Did she like him at first? Why or why not? 5. What did she do at Bloomingdales? 6. How much did the dress that the designer tried to steal cost?

7. Why did Kay agree to do StoryCorps?

Video

http://storycorps.org/animation/no-more-questions/

Modals (Obligation and Advice)


SHOULDused for suggestions: You should study. MUSTused for obligation (often internal): I must find a new apartment. HAVE TOused for obligation (often external, i.e. rules, etc.): You have to pay your fine. Not a true modal, has other forms. MUSTNTused to prohibit: You mustnt park here. (cant is also possible) DONT HAVE TOused to express something is not necessary: You dont have to bring food to the party. The action is still possible.

Modals (Deduction)
MUSTexpresses something the speaker believes to be true based on evidence SHOULDexpresses something the speaker believes is supposed to be true, but with an element of uncertainty MAY / MIGHTexpress something the speaker believes is possibly true CANTexpresses something the speaker believes is impossible

Modals (Ability and Possibility)


CANexpresses ability and possibility COULDexpresses remote ability and possibility BE ABLE TOexpresses ability and possibility, and is NOT A MODAL, so it can take any form.

TRUE MODALS HAVE NO PAST OR FUTURE TENSE!!!! This means should, must, can, could, may, and might cannot change forms. They can be used with a future meaning.

Choose the correct word


1. We mustnt / dont have to hurry. We have plenty of time. 2. You must / should remember to write the report. The boss will be furious if you dont. 3. The exhibition was free so I hadnt to / didnt have to pay. 4. Do you have to / Should you wear a uniform at school? 5. We must / had to wait two hours at security and nearly missed our flight. 6. Had you to / Did you have to do a lot of homework when you were at school? 7. I think people who live in flats mustnt / shouldnt have dogs. 8. Shes allergic to dairy products so she mustnt / doesnt have to eat anything made from milk.

Answers
1. We dont have to hurry. We have plenty of time. 2. You must remember to write the report. The boss will be furious if you dont. 3. The exhibition was free so I didnt have to pay. 4. Do you have to wear a uniform at school? 5. We had to wait two hours at security and nearly missed our flight. 6. Did you have to do a lot of homework when you were at school? 7. I think people who live in flats shouldnt have dogs. 8. Shes allergic to dairy products so she mustnt eat anything made from milk.

Complete the dialogue.


JOHN: Where is Frank? He (___) be here by now. SARA: I dont know. He (___) got stuck in traffic. Or he (___) just forgotten. JOHN: No, thats not like him. But if we dont leave soon, we (___) late for the movie. SARA: I tried to call him, but the call didnt go through. His phone (___) off. JOHN: Or he (___) in a tunnel. You (___) try again. SARA: I already tried three times! JOHN: Oh well, I guess well just (___) go without him.

JOHN: Where is Frank? He (should) be here by now. SARA: I dont know. He (may/might/could have) got stuck in traffic. Or he (may/might/could have) just forgotten.

JOHN: No, thats not like him. But if we dont leave soon, we (re going to/ll be) late for the movie.
SARA: I tried to call him, but the call didnt go through. His phone (must be) off. JOHN: Or he (may/might/could be) in a tunnel. You (should/could) try again.

SARA: I already tried three times!


JOHN: Oh well, I guess well just (have to) go without him.

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