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I learned that modal auxiliary verbs have eleven uses: ability, advice, deduction, obligation, offer, permission, possibility, prediction, prohibition, and request. Different modal auxiliary verbs have different strengths. For example, when giving advice using the term 'will' is stronger than using the term 'can'. Therefore, depending on how certain you want to come across one will want to choose the term that best matches their sense of certainty or authority.
Modal auxiliary verbs do not express past time. Therefore, one should use a semi-modal like the word 'need' to express past tense. For example, \"You must be in class by 9:30 everyday\" becomes \"You had to be in class by 9:30 everyday.\