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In linguistics, the modal case (abbreviated MOD) is a grammatical case used to express ability, intention, necessity, obligation, permission, possibility, etc. It takes the place of English modal verbs such as can, could, would, might, may.
- Language Diversity Endangered, p348, Matthias Brenzinger (2007)
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