Modal Auxiliaries Worksheet

A modal auxiliary shines light on the verb and adds to it dimensions like necessity, obligation, possibility, willingness, and so on. Examples of helping verbs are , should, must, can, could, and should. Thanks to their all-pervasive nature, modal auxiliaries are treated with utmost care and interest by teachers and students alike. In this free printable helping verbs worksheet, kids practice and become proficient in identifying modal auxiliaries in sentences.

This worksheet best works for children in 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade.

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Modal Auxiliaries | Helping Verbs
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