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ELC-38th Day - अड़तीसवाँ दिन

38th Day - Today we shall learn about Modal Auxiliary Verbs. It is one of the most important subject of English language. We are going to start learning about each Modal in detail.
It is important to know the main points about Modals.

Modals

'Modals' are helping verbs and also known as Modal Auxiliary verbs and Modal verbs. Modals are different from normal verbs. They are used with the Main verbs to express permission, ability, obligation, possibility, probability, necessity, uncertainty and so on.

Modal सहायक क्रिया है और इन्हे Modal Auxiliary verb और Modal verb से भी जाना जाता है । Modal साधारण वर्ब से अलग होते हैं । इनका प्रयोग मुख्य वर्ब के साथ आज्ञा, योग्यता, संभावना, आवश्यकता, अनिश्चितता आदि को व्यक्त करने के लिये किया जाता  है ।
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Important Points about Modals

1. Modals are used as Helping (Auxiliary) verb with Main verb.

2. Subject Number (Singular or Plural) and Subject Person (Ist Person/2nd Person/3rd Person) have no impact on Modals. It remains same with Singular or Plural or any Person of the Subject whereas other helping verbs (Is/Are/Am/Has/Have) keep on changing according to the Number and Person of the Subject.

3. Always first form of Main verb is used after Modals.

4. When 'Be/Have' comes between Modal and Verb then 3rd form of the Main verb is used. Such sentences are used in Passive Voice. Exception - in Future Continuous Tense, 'Be' comes with Modals and 'Ing' is added with the Ist form of the Main Verb.

5. Modals do not change their form (spelling / addition of 's', 'ing' or 'en') according to the tense.

6. Infinitive 'To' comes only after two Modals - 'Used To' and 'Ought To'. Infinitive 'To' does not come after other Modals.

7. Modals are auxiliary verbs. They do not need an additional auxiliary verb in negative or interrogative sentence.

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1. Modal का प्रयोग मुख्य verb के साथ सहायक क्रिया की तरह होता है ।

2. कर्ता के नंबर (एकवचन/बहुवचन) और Person (Ist Person/2nd Person/3rd Person) का Modal पर कोई प्रभाव नही पड़ता है । यह singular या plural या कर्ता के किसी भी Person के साथ समान रहता है जबकि दूसरी सहायक क्रियांये (Is/Are/Am/Has/Have) कर्ता के नंबर और Person के साथ बदलती रहती है ।

3. Modal के साथ मुख्य verb की हमेशा पहली फ़ॉर्म प्रयुक्त होती है ।

4. जब Modal और Verb के बीच 'Be/Have' आता है तो मुख्य verb की 3rd फ़ॉर्म इस्तेमाल होती है. ऐसे वाक्य passive voice में प्रयुक्त होते है । अपवाद - फ्यूचर कंटिन्युअस टेन्स में Modal के साथ 'Be' आता है और मुख्य verb के साथ 'Ing' जोड़ा जाता है ।

5. Modal टेन्स के अनुसार अपनी फ़ॉर्म नही बदलते हैं (स्पेलिंग / 's', 'ing' ओर 'en' का जुड़ना) ।

6. Infinitive 'To' केवल 2 Modal के बाद आता है - 'Used To' और 'Ought To'। बाकी Modal के बाद 'To' नही लगता है ।

7. Modal सहायक क्रिया है । नकारात्मक और प्रश्नात्मक वाक्यों में उन्हे अतिरिक्त सहायक क्रिया शब्द की जरूरत नही होती है ।

Main Modals are - may, might, can, could, will, would, shall, should, must, ought to, dare, need & used to.

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