Past modal verbs

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Modal verbs or modals are special words that give extra meaning to verbs. They go before the main verb.

Examples of modal verbs: can, will, should, must, may, might, have to, used to, etc.

Some past modals are used to express advisability, certainty, possibility/ impossibility in the past.

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