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1. My grandmother used to tell me stories.
2. I used to ride bicycle.
3. She did not use to play with me.

4. You need not wait here.
5. Need you learn English?

6. She dare not cheat me.
7. Dare she go out of house at night?

There is one common thing among the sentences which are mentioned, modal verbs like ‘Used to’, ‘Need’, ‘Dare’.

We all need these modals in our daily conversations. So, let us understand their applications with helpful examples in easy language.

Application of Used to: To express past habit or happening which has currently been discontinued. Always use verb’s first form.

Examples:
1. She used to teach us in this school many years ago.
2. He used to drink.
3. Rohan did not use to cook.
4. She did not use to play chess.
5. Did she use to travel by bus?
6. Did she use to learn French?
7. Did she not use to invest money?
8. Did she not use to go shopping two years ago?

How not to use it.

1. He use to drive.
2. She use not to taught me this subject in school.
3. Did father used to give pocket money?
4. Did he not used to morning walk?

How to use it properly.

1. He used to drive.
2. She did not use to teach me this subject in school.
3. Did father use to give pocket money?
4. Did he not use to go for morning walk?

Application of Need: Always use need with negative and interrogative sentences.
No ‘to’ before main verb. Always use first form of verb.

Examples:
1. You need not learn driving.
2. She need not play cricket.
3. You need not worry about him.
4. He need not travel by bus.
5. Need she go hospital?
6. Need we learn English?
7. Need he buy a new car?
8. Need they protest against this bill?

How not to use it.

1. You need not to buy novel.
2. You need not to learn these chapters.
3. She need not to attended that function.
4. Need she to filled form?

How to use it properly.

1. You need not buy novel.
2. You need not learn this chapter.
3. She need not attend that function.
4. Need she fill form?

Application of Dare: Always use dare with negative and interrogative.
No ‘to’ before main verb. Always use first form of verb.

Examples:
1. He dare not take our side.
2. She dare not attend night party without her parents’ permission.
3. They dare not pluck mangoes from his garden.
4. Politicians dare not speak against caste system.
5. Dare you go out at night?
6. Dare she sleep alone?
7. Dare he tell the truth in court?
8. Dare media show reality?

How not to use it.

1. She dare not to play cricket.
2. He dare not to disturb me.
3. Dare he jumped from roof?
4. Dare they not participated in competition?

How to use it properly.

1. She dare not play cricket.
2. He dare not disturb me.
3. Dare he jump from the roof?
4. Dare they participate in competition?

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