Just to remind you of what we did last week!
We’ve been taking a look at modal verbs (PERMISSION, OBLIGATION, PROHIBITION ) PRESENT TIME.
can/be allowed to (permission) ; mustn’t/can’t/not be allowed to (obligation) ; must/have to (obligation);don’t have to/ don’t need to (lack of obligation)
We also looked at make/let/allow. Here’s the grammar!
MAKE LET ALLOW
LET + OBJ+ INFINITIVE His parents LET HIM DRIVE their new car.
ALLOW + OBJ + TO + INFINITIVE She ALLOWED THEM TO TRY the exam again!
MAKE/ MADE + OBJ. + INFINITIVE My mother MAKES ME CLEAN my room every day.
My brother MADE ME WATCH the football match.
DOESN’T/ DIDN’T LET + OBJ. + INFINITIVE The manager DOESN’T LET US HAVE a coffee break!
The teacher DIDN’T LET US USE a dictionary.
DOESN’T/ DIDN’T + ALLOW + OBJ + TO + INFINITIVE They DON’T ALLOW YOU TO EAT in your rooms.
The teachers DIDN’T ALLOW US TO TALK during the test.
AS regards functional English, we looked at ways of asking someone to do something and ways of asking for permission to do something
eg Could you open the window, please? etc.
Can I open the window? etc.
We also looked at HOUSE vocab. and RUBBISH vocab.
Tomorrow we’ll be going on with these Modals but in the past!