Name one healthy habit that you should do every day?
Modal verbs like 'must' and 'have to' express obligation and expectation. Healthy habits like exercising, eating nutritious foods, and getting enough sleep are important. Using modal verbs to express your commitment to healthy habits can help you stay on track.
Practice Healthy Habits with Modal Verbs of Obligation
Must: expresses strong obligation. Example: You must turn off the lights when you leave the room. Should: expresses a recommendation or advice. Example: You should brush your teeth twice a day. Have to: expresses a strong obligation. Example: You have to eat healthy food to stay healthy.
Which modal verb is used to express obligation?
What is the negative form of 'must' to express lack of obligation?
What do you think is the most important healthy habit to practice?
- Must brush teeth twice a day
- Should eat vegetables daily
- Must exercise regularly
- Should drink plenty of water
What do you think are the most important healthy habits to practice?
Draw a potato superhero saving the day from a vegetable villain
A balanced diet can help reduce risk for certain diseases such as diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. Physical activity can help you sleep better and have more energy during the day. Managing stress can help improve mental health and reduce the risk of depression.
What do you think is the most important health skill for kids and teens to have?
- Understanding of health risks associated with unhealthy behaviors
- Ability to identify and manage stress
- Knowledge of nutrition and physical activity guidelines
- Ability to effectively communicate health concerns with peers and adults
Complete the sentence: You ________ finish your homework before watching TV.
Which modal verb is used to express strong obligation?
In which sentence below does 'have to' express obligation?
- I have to go grocery shopping.
- She could have won the race.
- He might have a pet dog.
Work together in pairs: What is the difference between "must" and "have to"?
How confident are you with the content?
- Very confident
- Not very confident
- Not confident at all