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Could: she could have missed the bus - possibility - Yes or no

May - Might: she may have missed the bus/ she might be upset - probability 
I could ride a bike when i was 5: general situation
I was able to ride a bicke that stormy night: specific situation
In the negative couldn't is the same as wasn't able to
Could + have + past participle: Past ability that wasn't used, you had the opportunity but i didn't take it. You could have told me - (critisism)
May and might CANNOt be used in wh-questions
Obligation: from the speaker's point of view: Must - I must study for the exam (internal obligation, impossing myself) Have to- I have to study modals (I have to is external, sb is oblgating me to do that)
You mustn't use the dictionary  - internal prohibition
Don't have to  - Lack of obligation, you dont have to do it if you dont want to.    To express an absence of necessity that is internal we use needn't /don't need to. NEEDN'T + have + past participlewhen the action happened but was unnecessary. We use MUST for strong recommendation and advice: you really must read this book its stunning - you must do sth about your cough.
It can be very hot in the summer and He can behave quite rudly sometimes both sentences are corrrect because its about general possibility. He can be fired soon is specific situation.
May be: probable situation - Might be less probable - could be there is a possibility but not sure - must have been im sure he do that  - shouldn´t have he did that and he was wrong criticized - can´t uncapable of doing sth - Can´t be Speaker is sure about sth - may have it is probable - could have had the chance was not taken  - can't have speaker is sure he didn't.
Might have been: it is probable
Must be: completely sure about sth
Can´t have been: speaker doesnt believe sth 
Could be: speaker believes that sth is possible
Shouldn't have: criticising sth wrong
HAVE TO - MUST: Have to implies external obligation, sb has to do sth bc an authority is forcing the person to do sth
Must implies internal obligation. I feel the need to do sth
Could / Was able to: could: have the hability to do sth in the past and have the possibility of doing sth - WAS able to: sb had the opportunity  once or overcome the situation by 
Sth u did unnecessary: I needn't have taken a sweater, it is very hot today
Criticizing: he shouldn´t have told her what i said about him
Ability: Despite sth, sb was able to
Advice in a paerticular situation: you'd better do sth
Refusal; you wont use my car
Unnecessary: I didn´t need to take my car the meeting is just 1 block from home
He cant be married, he is too young
They might have decided not to come after all
Lets work out the details, shall we
She must have been very tired last night
it can be very hot here in summer
 Shouldnt . Moral obligation
Mustn´t . Prohibition
Need and needn´t modals
Don't need  - do I need: semimodals
Wh- questions can t be followed by may or might - who can or could help me - specific situation
Could- opportunity not taken
Can´t be - certainty
Had better - prohibition 
Adjectives: +ic - +al - +able - +ful - +ent - +ive -+ous -´ +less
Adjcs can stms act as nouns when they describe a particular group or charcteristcs OSASCOMP
-ED we use ed participles to describe a feeling that sb experiences passive meaning
-ING We use participles to describe feelings or opinions, describe feelings that sth causes

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