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Dennis Alvarez

vocabulary and grammar

MAKING DEDUCTIONS

VOCABULARY

DEDUCTIONThe process of reaching a decision or answer by thinking about the known facts, or the decision that is reached

Genially

KEY LANGUAGE

THE MODALS VERBS "MIGHT" AND "COULD" ARE USEFUL FOR SAYING THAT YOU'RE NOT SURE ABOUTH SOMETHING.

"MIGHT" AND "COULD"

VOCABULARY

probabilityThe level of possibility of something happening or being true.

Genially

GRAMMAR

Jhon has a sore ankle. It (might/could) be broken.

USE "MIGHT" AND "COULD" WHEN SOMETHINH IS NOT CERTAIN.

GRAMMAR

Use "might not" to describe a negative that is not certain.- It's not very swollen, so it might not be serious.

GRAMMAR

Use "could not" and "couldn't" to say that something was not possible in the past.- His ankle was so sore yesterday that he (could not/ couldn't) walk.

GRAMMAR

Use "cannot" and "can't" when you're certain something is impossible.- It (cannot/ can't) be broken because John walked to the doctor.

VOCABULARY

NecessitySomething that you need, especially to live.

Genially

VOCABULARY

abilityThe power or skill needed to do something, or the fact that someone can do something.

VOCABULARY

adviceAn opinion that someone offers you about what you should do or how you should act in a particular situation

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obligationThe fact that you are obliged to do something.

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choiceAn act or the possibility of choosing.