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Avoid These Mistakes While Speaking English : Proper Usage Of Modals
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This lesson focuses on the difference between Can & May and also when to use Could, should and would. This lesson is extremely beneficial for students who want to improve their English and also for students preparing for verbal reasoning section of the various competitive examination.

Reema Behl
Building for Next Billion Users | Chief Editor: Blush Channel, Femina, NDTV | Jammu & Kashmir | Helping make English speaking easier for all

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Mam please take all English grammar lesson in your melodious voice....
first of all thank you ma'am you are explaning very well and now i am clear with could and should but still i have some problem with would, i know there are lots of people who have queries and its not possible to handle everyone but if you are able to clear my query than this is good for me. and there may be some mistakes in my comment, correct it too.
please speak a little slowly so i can learn more.
this video is really helpful for me
  1. BASIC CONCEPTS IN SPOKEN ENGLISH Lesson 2: Avoid these mistakes while speaking Part2 Presented by Reema Behl

  2. Sociology Hons LSR Masters, Journalism, Sciences Po, Paris Convergent Journalism, Jamia Millia Islamia Asaistant t Editor, Danea Dance Jazz Contemporary Theatre Public speaking Femina NDTV Reema Behl

  3. Introduction. Objective: Interviews, CAT, general examinations interactions Educator: Reema Behl End goal of collection: To speak English fluently and write English better @

  4. Lesson 2: Avoid these mistakes while speaking - II Can vs May Can: (applies ability) .May: (asks permission) Can I come in?/May I come in? me in?/ May I come in?

  5. Lesson 2: Avoid these mistakes while speaking Asking permission: .Can I borrow your pen?: urgent, formality May l borrow your pen?: formal, polite Could I borrow your pen?: leaves room for possibility Do you mind if I borrow your pen?: polite / inconvenience

  6. Kind of/sort oftype of/variety of Never use "a" or "an" after these expressions .What kind of a lesson are you looking for? I don't like that sort of a man. I don't know what sort of an educator Reema is.

  7. Could / would / should I should have seen that lesson. 01 have seen that lesson. .Something right to do in the past Past obligation or duty

  8. Could / would / should I could have seen that lesson. 01 have seen that lesson. You wanted to but you chose not to see it

  9. Could / would / should 01 would have seen that lesson. 01 would have seen that lesson, if I hadn't gone for a movie. You wanted to but it was beyond your control

  10. Could / would / should Could: Past tense of can Abilities in the past When I was young, I could write