English Grammar in Malayalam-Part 2

English Grammar in Malayalam-Part 2, Part-1 വായിക്കാനായി ഇവിടെ ക്ലിക്ക് ചെയ്യുക.

ഇംഗ്ലീഷിൽ 24 ഓക്സിലറി വെർബ്സ് ഉണ്ട് അത് പ്രൈമറി ഓക്സിലറിസ് എന്നും മോഡൽ ഓക്സിലറിസ് എന്നും പറയുന്നു.

പ്രൈമറി ഓക്സിലറിസ്

Be  Family:- Am, Is, Are, Was, Were

Do Family:- Do, Does, Did

Have Family -Have, Has, Had

  1. Am” is used with “I” in the present tense
  2. Is” is used with 3rd person singular subjects in the present tense
  3. Are” is used with plural subjects in the present
  4. Was” is used with singular subjects in the present
  5. Were” is used with plural subjects in the past
  6. Do” is used with plural subjects in the present
  7. Does” is used with singular subjects in the present
  8. Did” is used with both plural and singular subjects in the past
  9. Have” is used with plural subjects in the present
  10. Has” is used with singular subjects in the present.
  11. Had” is used with both singular and plural subjects in the past.

മോഡൽ ഓക്സിലറിസ്

Will, Would, Shall, Should, Can, Could, May, Must, Might, Used to, Ought to, Need, Dare

Will

  1. In the second and third persons (you, hey, he, she, it) “will) expresses future.
  2. (I, we) expresses the strong determination.
  3. “Will you” used to express command or order

Would

  1. Past form of Will
  2. “Would you” is used to express a polite request.

Shall

  1. “Shall” is used with the first person to express future.
  2. “Shall” is used with second or third person to express command or promise.
  3. “Shall” is used to seek permissions.

Should

  1. Past form of shall
  2. “Should” is used to express duty or obligation

Can

  1. “Can” is used to express the ability

Could

  1. Past form of can
  2. “Could you please” is the most polite way of making a request.

May

  1. “May” is used to seek a formal way of permission.
  2. “May” is used to express possibility, wish etc…

Might

  1. Past form of May

Must

  1. “Must” is used to express necessity or obligation
  2. Must has no past form
  3. To express past “had to” is used

Used to

  1. To express a discontinued habit.

Ought to

  1. “Ought to” expresses moral obligation.

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