NAMA : kama jaya

NPM    : 10208692

KELAS : 4EA04

 

AUXILIARY

USES

MAY

(Formal permission PRESENT/FUTURE)

in real wages may also drive up imports,

(Less than 50 % certainly)

Our tolerance for a widening income gap may be ebbing

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Might

USES

(Less than 50% certainly PRESENT/FUTURE)

The news that the real economy might be improving panicked investors.

(Polite request (rare) PRESENT/FUTURE)

The fireworks might even start before the meeting                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

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Should

USES

(Advisability PRESENT/FUTURE)

Reducing public spending should never affect human rights

(90% certainly PRESENT/FUTURE )

should not be taken without first assessing.

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Ought to

USES

Advisability PRESENT/FUTURE:

We ought to “redistribute” income to the poor

 

90 % Certainly PRESENT/FUTURE:

“ought” to do that they believe will make people’s lives better off.

 

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Had better

USES

Advisability with threat of bad result PRESENT/FUTURE:

Budget balance had better economic growth.

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Be supposed to

USES

Expectation PRESENT/FUTURE:

Government spend supposed to stimulate the economy.

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Be to

USES

Strong Expectation PRESENT/FUTURE:

The other apparent benefits turn out to be costs

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Must

USES

Strong necessity PRESENT/FUTURE

We must emancipate our minds and use our head

Prohobition (negative) PRESENT/FUTURE: Spain’s economic recession must not lead to human rights crisis

 

 

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Have to

USES

Necessity PRESENT/FUTURE:

Spanish authorities have to shown

Lack of necessity PRESENT/FUTURE:

They don’t have to ship so much money

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Have got to

USES

Necessity PRESENT/FUTURE:

We have got to get back to a day.

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Will

USES

100% certainly PRESENT/FUTURE:

We trust that this will be followed by concrete and timely action

Willingness PRESENT/FUTURE:

“willingness to achieve progress in this area.

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Be going to

USES

Definite plan PRESENT/FUTURE:

We’re going to see the economic collapse.(future only)

100% certainly PRESENT/FUTURE:

The next 10 years are going to be a drag

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Can

USES

Informal permission PRESENT/FUTURE:

Netherlands can evade any future support for the periphery.

Informal polite request PRESENT/FUTURE:

Can Economic Empowerment Reduce Vulnerability of Girls and Young Women to HIV?

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Could

USES

Less than 50 certainly PRESENT/FUTURE:

it could be their more solvent northern neighbours

Suggestion PRESENT/FUTURE:

they could use legal loopholes to try to compel payments

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Be able to

USES

Ability PRESENT/FUTURE:

 be able to compete with the Germans.

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Would

USES

Preference PRESENT/FUTURE:

Would the Netherlands really be better off out

Polite request PRESENT/FUTURE:

would it make the break up of the single currency more likely?

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Shall

USES

Future with “I” or “we” as subject PRESENT/FUTURE:

We shall achieve this objective in two stages

(will = more common)

Polite Qustion to make suggestion PRESENT/FUTURE:

Where shall Finland compete?

http://www.amnesty.org/en/news/spain-s-economic-recession-must-not-lead-human-rights-crisis-2012-03-16

http://www.moneyweek.com/news-and-charts/economics/europe/should-holland-leave-the-euro-57909

http://www.china.org.cn/english/features/dengxiaoping/103383.htm

http://www.thefreemanonline.org/features/ought-implies-can/