- A table of Modal Simple, Passive Modal Simple, Modal Perfect and Passive Modal Perfect examples. There is space for the pupils to write their own examples too.

- A homework worksheet on which children can practise using the present perfect tense as well as modal verbs in the form of a written conversation.

- A homework sheet for lower ability children to identify sentences written in past, present and future tenses.

- A prompt sheet to encourage children to use the modal perfect tense correctly e.g. would have not would of

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