FE pod ep 0183 – Modal verbs used to express deduction and possibility

In this episode I talk about modal verbs that are used to express deduction and possibility. I start by giving a brief overview of which modals can be used in this case and then I go through a few examples of how we can use them in deductions and when we want to express possibility. I also go over some structures that can be used with these modals.

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FE pod ep 0182 – Modal Verbs used in requests

In this episode I talk about modal verbs that are used in requests. I start by giving a brief overview of which modals can be used in this case and then I go through a few examples of how we can use them in requests.

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FE pod ep 0181 – Modal Verbs used to express obligation and prohibition

In this episode I talk about modal verbs that are used to express obligation and prohibition. I start by giving a brief overview of which modals can be used in this case and then I go through a few examples of how we can use them to express obligation and prohibition.

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FE pod ep 0180 – Modal Verbs used to express ability

In this episode I talk about modal verbs that are used to express ability. I start by giving a brief overview of which modals can be used in this case and then I go through a few examples of how we can use ‘can’, ‘could’ and ‘be able to’ to express ability.

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FE pod ep 0179 – Modal Verbs

In this episode I talk about modal verbs. I start by giving a brief overview of modal verbs. I go through a few examples of how we can use these words and I also discuss some of the aspects that we can observe in their meanings.

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FE pod ep 0142 – How to use Echo Questions in conversation

In this episode I talk about how to use Echo Questions in conversation. I briefly discuss the reasons why we might want to use Echo Questions in conversation. Then I give examples and make comments on the different structures and meanings.

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FE pod ep 0140 – How to use ‘had better’ in English

In this episode I talk about different ways to use ‘had better’. I briefly discuss the meaning of ‘had better’ and the different structures that go with it. Then I give examples and make comments on the different structures and meanings.

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FE pod ep 0124 – Different ways to use ‘shall’

In this episode I talk about four different ways to use ‘shall’. I start by talking about the meaning give a few examples of how you can use them and discuss the difference in meaning between the different uses of ‘shall’.

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FE pod ep 0104 – Word order inversions in English

In this episode I talk about word order inversions in English. I talk about different situations in which we can use word order inversions and the reason why we may want to do that. I also give a few examples for each case.

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FE pod ep 0010 – Routine in the past

In this episode I talk about two structures used to refer to routine in the past in English. I start by giving some general ideas about how to use ‘would + infinitive’ and ‘used to + infinitive’ and then I discuss the difference between these structures.

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