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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of modals

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of modals:

Derived Form of modals

root word: modal
root word: modal
Noun: modal
an auxiliary verb (such as `can' or `will') that is used to express modality
Synonymsmodal auxiliary, modal, modal verb, modal auxiliary verb,
Hypernymsauxiliary verb,

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  1. the IELTS often requires you to use modals. So what are modals again? Can, could,
  2. Once again, quickly we'll go over it. What do modals do? Well, modals talk about obligations
  3. as the modals of lost opportunity.
  4. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this pronunciation lesson on Reduced Pronunciation for Modals.
  5. will review in this lesson, specifically the modals section, I will expect that you're
  6. If you're not familiar with the modals that I give you today, we have a lot of lessons
  7. So, check out those lessons and become more familiar with modals.
  8. So, we have modals, we have conditionals, we have formal verbs, and we have casual expressions.
  9. So, you are probably familiar with the modals, maybe the conditionals, and for sure you've
  10. So, first: Modals.
  11. Modals, we're okay?
  12. And while you're at engVid, like I said, check out the other videos we have on modals and
  13. If you're still not sure about modals or conditionals, we have all this stuff there.
  14. I could go home now. With all these modals, the verb that follows should be used directly
  15. your tenses, the word order, the prepositions, the articles, and modals, everything.
  16. And the last one: Use not after the modals when it's negative.
  17. about. Modals are words like should, would, could, might, but I want to focus just on
  18. being diplomatic, how to use modals to soften language and
  19. So we're going to avoid some of those modals and we're going to use much more
  20. may, might, should -- these are modals. You're going to be using them in this part