MODAL VERBS REFERENCES
What is grammar?
1.2. What does learning grammar involve?
1.3. Particularities of Modal Verbs in English
1.3.1.Formal characteristics of Modal Verbs
1.3.2.Semantic characteristics of Modal Verbs
1.4.What do Modal Verbs express?
1.4.3.Expressing obligation, necessity
1.4.5. Expressing deduction, likelihood, logical obligation, probability, supposition, and assumption.
1.4.6. Expressing habit
1.4.7. Expressing volition, willingness
PRESENTATION AND PRACTICE OF LANGUAGE STRUCTURES
2.1. Teaching techniques
2.1.3. Explanation and reproduction
Bibliografie - MODAL VERBS
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You are what you eat
Your diet should depend on the sport you do. Before a race a sprinter shouldn’t eat anything heavy, but s/he ought to eat some form of sugar. It will be absorbed quickly and will tone the muscles. Fruit is excellent for this. Marathon runners, on the other hand, should eat big meals three hours before the start of a race. The sugar contained in cereals is absorbed more slowly. Are you taking part in a long race? Eat some pasta. It will fuel your body for a longer time than fruit.
Mind your head
Heading or hitting the football with the top of your head might cause headaches, vertigo and even slight memory loss. The ball weights 425 grams and can travel at 100 km per hour so it can be a dangerous missile for the heads of footballers. A professional player might heat the ball over 5,000 times in a period of fifteen years.
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