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Ways of Rendering of the meanings of obligation and necessity (ID:3251)

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INTRODUCTION PART I. THE THEORETICAL PROBLEMS OF MODALITY AND MODAL VERBS IN ENGLISH 1.1. Modality 1.2. Modal Verbs (MV) in English 1.2.1. Definitions of English MV 1.2.2. Position of MV 1.2.3. Double Modals 1.2.4. Quasi-modal Verbs 1.2.4.1. Quasi-modal Verbs versus Modal Verbs PART II. WAYS OF RENDERING THE MODAL GRAMMATICAL CATEGORIES. 2.1. The Rendering of Linguistic Modality 2.2. The Meanings of Modal Verbs 2.2.1. Obligation 2.2.2. Logical deduction 2.2.3. Synonyms 2.2.4. Substitutes 2.3. Ways of Rendering Modal Meaning in English 2.3.1. Ability 2.3.2. Permission 2.3.3. Obligation and Necessity 2.3.4. Possibility, Probability and Certainty 2.4. Necessity: must, have to, have got to, need 2.4.1. Modal Verb must and its substitute have to 2.4.2. Note about the Modal Verb should 2.4.3. Substitute phrase have got to 2.4.4. The Verb need 2.4.5. Absence of necessity CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY
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