Using Drawings to Help Explain Grammar


Michael Garry Smout
I have been using this activity for well over twenty years, but am really unsure of where it came from. I would love to credit the author so if anyone knows the original please get in touch.

The following is simple yet effective method of either introducing or revising, or just jogging the memory, of modals for advice; 'Should/Shouldn't', or 'Ought to', and maybe 'If I were you...' for per-intermediate level but has also proved very useful in looking at 'Must' and 'Have to..' for advice and obligation at . . .

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