What is the
difference between Modal and Model?
What is the difference between Modal and Model? :
Modal : (noun)
( 1 ) (In grammar) verb that is used with another verb (not a modal) to express possibility, permission, obligation, etc…
Can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, will and would are few of the modal verbs.
What are the modal verbs?
Modal : (adjective)
( 1 ) Relating to mode or manner
Model : (noun)
( 1 ) A small representation of something original
This is the model of the proposed new airport.
( 2 ) Particular design or type of product
All this year’s new models are displayed at the motor show.
This is the most popular new model in our whole range.
( 3 ) Pattern, system used as a basis for a copy
Our constitution provided a model that other countries followed.
( 4 ) Person or thing regarded as excellent of his / its kind and worth imitating
His handling of the complicated case showed a model of tact.
Are you a model student?
( 5 ) Person employed to display clothes, bats, etc…to possible customers, by wearing them
She is one of the country’s top models.
That is a fashion model.
Model : (verb)
( 1 ) Take something / someone as an example for action, plans, etc…
She models herself on her favorite novelist.
( 2 ) Work as a model
Display clothes etc…by wearing them
She earns a living by modeling.
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