Complete Banking Exams Preparation AUXILIARY VERBS
Hello! I am Niharika John Mehra I am a Verified and Star Educator on Unacademy Freelance Trainer for Personality Development and English Language Graduation in Mass Communication and MA in English Lit. - unacademy Follow me on : https://unacademy.com/user/niharika1192
Also called 'helping verb' Auxiliary Verb . Ex- be, do, have, may, might, must, wil, would, shall, should, can, could, ought etc .To be, do, and have can be used as a main verb or an auxiliary verb. Ex- I have a plan. I have done my work
Will Used to express desire, preference choice, consent, express the future Ex - I will take this responsibility. It will rain tomorrow , . Auxiliary Verb Would-(past of will) Used in auxiliary functions with rather to express preference, for wish, possibility, desire, habitual thinsg Ex-would like to have one cup of tea If I were you, I would be really surprised
Shall - Used to express will of speaker, asking politely, obligation, requirement . Ex Shall we leave? You shall sign here Auxiliary Verb Should - (past of shall) Used to express an opinion, suggestion, preference, idea, opinion, for wishing something had happened but it didn't or couldn't Ex- He should rest today. What should we do?
Auxiliary Verb Can - Used to express ability, permission, requests or suggestions Ex - Can I use your pen? He can complete it. . Could-(past of can) Used to express past ability, polite permission, possibility .Ex- He could run very fast. Could you help me?
May - Used to express formal permission, to suggest something that is possible Ex - May I come in? It may rain today. Auxiliary Verb Might- (past of may) Used to express a smaller possibility .Ex- He might return today Must - Used to express something formally required or necessary, to show that something is possible .Ex He must fill this file before 7 pm.
unacademy Home Plus Login Signup e Back to Plus Practice Top fEngli Practice Top Topics of English for NIACL Niharika John Mehra 79k tollowers 8.04 YouTube E 16th January to 21st January 2019 5 hours of live classes Private Discussion Forum Doubt clearing sessions and Live quizzes In this Course, Nihanka John Mehra w teach the important topics that will b asked in ACL examination. The course will be helpful for all the aspirants preparing for any Bank Exams. The Course will be conducted in Hindi and the notes will be provided in English includes 18% GST Apply for this Plus Course About this course O Last date to apply is 14th Jan Registrations open for a few days ONLY Live Sessions The course consists of 5 sessions of 1 hour duration each, Session recording will be pravided for all the sessions Discussion Forums Access to a private fonum moderated by Niharika John Mehra whoere you can discuss and debate with your peers, access learning material and more Personalized Learning All learners will have access to weekly doubt clearing sessions, lve quizzes, learning materials and discussion with peers The course consists of 5 sessions of 1 hour duration each. This course will be focused on practicing questions and learning the approach of important topics in English for NIACL exam All the doubts of th* learners will be addressed during th ve sessions
8 VocabTime By Niharika John Mehra By Niharika John Mehra (Hindi) Important English Vocabulary from Top Newspapers: Bank... (Hindi) The Hindu English Word List for Bank Exams 39 Lessons 21 Lessons 62 ratings 7 reviews 55 ratings 12 reviews
Banking Chronicle Guild
Banking Chronicle - "I Can And I Will" With Ankush Lamba, Kapil Kathpal & Niharika John Mehra