1. Figure out the problems raised by the speakers. Give your opinion and tell the class how you would solve those professional problems.
meaning use example
1. willingness, intention, volition + It will only use the Toolbar buttons and popup menus for Insert, Change and Delete actions.
2. possibility + Sometimes the escape or altmode key will modify the actions of the next few keys pressed after the escape or the altmode key.
3. request ? Would you help me with the installation procedure.
4. persistence - This program will not work in this operating system.

8. , 䳺will / would :

1. During POST, DMI / ESCD would not be updated. 2. There will not be any warning message in this situation. 3. The system boot would not stop for a disk error. 4. Quick Load pops up a dialog telling you it will create the file. 5. You would then add the procedure to the Application Tree with the Insert Procedure Command.


meaning use example
1. promise, warning (for all the persons) + He shall have problems if he starts this program.
2. suggestion ? Shall I carry out these calculations for you?
3. asking for instructions ? Shall we format these disks?


Modal verb shallis rarely used in technical language.

9. , 䳺 :

1. This must have given rise to the development of this type of motherboards. 2. Usually the computer's instruction book will fully describe the effect of pressing the control or escape keys. 3. The device might have been added to the list. 4. The starting point of designing a program should be the output. 5. The requirement may have been met in the previous experiment. 6. Sometimes you may need to use the plastic springs to isolate the screw from the motherboard surface. 7. Whether your system can run under these specific bus frequencies properly will depend on your hardware configurations. 8. Before you can use you new disk for storing information, you must format them. 9. You should never alter or delete a configuration file. 10. The system boot would not stop for any error that might be detected.

10. , 䳺 :

HAVE TO | Design for Decision

| | | | II. | III. | II. | CAN - be able to do smth. / Be capable of doing smth. | MAY - to be allowed (permitted) to do smth. | SHOULD / OUGHT TO |

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