<section class="subsection" id="modal_verbs">
	<header>Modal verbs</header>
	<?php proposal(); ?>
	<p>The following verbs are modal verbs in Folksprak:</p>
	$entries =
		["flk" => ["mute"], "eng" => ["to must"]],
		["flk" => ["kane"], "eng" => ["to can"]],
		["flk" => ["vile"], "eng" => ["to will"]],
		["flk" => ["skale"], "eng" => ["to shall"]],
		// ["flk" => ["darfe"], "eng" => ["to be allowed to"]],
		["flk" => ["vöre"], "eng" => ["(to have the contingent readiness to do something)"]],
	foreach ($entries as $entry)
		<li><?php echo(format_correlation("type_word")($entry)); ?></li>
	<p>Modal verbs in contrast to normal verbs never take an extended infinitive as object, e.g. <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Vi hop tu finde vater har."], "eng" => ["We hope to find water here."]])); ?>, but <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Vi kan finde vater har."], "eng" => ["We can find water here."]])); ?></p>
	<p>The special modal verb <?php echo(mark("vöre", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?> is used for expressing the subjunctive.</p>