Can you conjugate the verb if before the verb there is a modal verb such as "will"?
1. Something bad will happen to you...
2. Something bad will happenS to you...
- Anonymous4 weeks agoFavourite answer
No, verbs that follow a modal verb are never conjugated. This is true of all Germanic languages & Romance languages as well (that I'm aware of).
- nineteenthlyLv 73 weeks ago
No, it would be in the infinitive.
- bluebellbkkLv 74 weeks ago
No. We never conjugate the verb after modals or auxiliaries.
It will happen ...
It might happen ...
It did happen ...
Can it happen?
Could it happen?
It may happen.
It shouldn't happen.
- Chi girlLv 74 weeks ago
No, you can't.----------------------
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- AmulyaPLv 54 weeks ago
"will" can imply two facts, firstly it is used to imply simple future tense. Ex. She will leave for London tomorrow.Here, WILL is used as an auxiliary verb.
But as a modal auxiliary, here is an example, He will do it whatever you say. This WILL means He insists on doing it, WILL 8s stressed.
I haven't found any conjunction of modal auxiliaries.
- 4 weeks ago
The second one is wrong.. you don't need to add S to "happen".