2. Figurative sentence
3. Literal sentence
4. Figurative sentence
5. Literal sentence
6. Literal sentence
7. Literal sentence
8. She became excited when she received a text message.
9. I am doing my assignment at the moment.
10. He is going to a party with his classmate.
11. My dad will be going to the office.
12. Ann became tired after doing the assignment.
13. Does Claire like to watch drama?
14. Did Jovita and Sally go to a nearby shopping mall?
15. Is Mrs. Abalos planning to retire soon?
16. Are boys fond of cars?
17. Does Belen write urban legends?
18. Is Chrisy a loving daughter?
figurative because it uses a word which is also a figurative and it has also a deep meaning that cannot be directly understood by the readers.
the modal verbs include can, must, may, might, will, would, should. they are used with other verbs to express ability, obligation, possibility, and so on. below is a list showing the most useful modals and their most common meanings: modal. meaning.
a modal verb is a helper that gives additional information about the verb that follows it, and includes such words as "can," "will," "should," and "may," among others. modal logic, in philosophy, is a supposition or conclusion based on the ideas of probability and necessity rather than concrete fact.
adjective or adverb...