Modals in English Grammar With Examples in Hindi

English Grammar Modals Rules In Hindi

types-of-modal-verb
1. Modal का प्रयोग main verb के साथ सहायक क्रिया की तरह होता है।
2. कर्ता के नंबर (singular या plural) और Person (Ist Person/2nd Person/3rd Person) का Modal पर कोई प्रभाव नही पड़ता है|
Ex. I can do this.He can do this.They can do this.You can do this.
3. Modal के साथ हमेशा verb की first form use 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।
5. Main Modals are – may, might, can, could, will, would, shall, should, must, ought to, dare, need & used to.

Types of Modals In English Grammar





Can >> Used for ability (क्षमता), authority (अधिकार), power (शक्ति), permission (अनुमति) and request (अनुरोध)
Could >> It is past form of can. Used for past ability, power and polite request and permission (अतीत की क्षमता , शक्ति और विनम्र अनुरोध और अनुमति)
May >> Used for giving or taking permission, expressing possibility, blessings and cursing (अनुमति लेने / देने के लिए, भावना ब्यक्त करने के लिए, आशीर्वाद देने या अभिशाप देने के लिए)
Might >> It is past of May, used for remote possibility. (बहूत कम संभावना के लिए)
Should >> Used for suggestions (सुझाव), advice (सलाह), Instruction (निर्देश), Duty (कर्तव्य), Permission (अनुमति)
Must >> Used for necessity (आवश्यकता), compulsion (मजबूरी), emphatic advice (जोरदार सलाह)
Would >> It is past of will. Used for showing liking, preferences, for past habits, for expression desire. (पसंद / नापसंद बताने के लिए, past की आदतो के लिए, इच्छा ब्यक्त करने के लिए )
Shall >> Used to know the desire of other person, for offer of services.
Need >> It is used in negative & interrogative sentences to show necessity or obligation.
Dare >> It is used in negative & Interrogative sentences to show necessity or obligation.

Semi- Models Types In English Grammar

Will have to >> Used for forced action in future
Has to / Have to >> Used for forced action in present.
Had to >> used for forced action in past
Used to >> Used for past habitual or routine action.



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