Can, Could And To Be Able To Exercise.pdf
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You can listen to the radio from your bedroom. The modal verb can can can. Let's now consider the verbs may, might, must, shall, should, will, and the verb and can. Reading exercise: Reading exercise. 2. What can we compare the modal verbs to? For example, ‘I'm going to the party’ is the past tense .
QUANTITATIVE GRAMMAR > The modal verbs can and could represent the ability of a person or thing in doing something.
. You can decide to do it. Let's now look at some modal verbs. Usually, when we use the verb have, we use have to. I'll have to open the door (to)/get the phone .
. Graham's mother is always ______ clean the car.. If you can't have your cake, then you might as well have none. Exercise 27 A. 1. exercise 28 A. 2. 1. Al, Jean, Pierre, etc, have got a house. 2. I will have to start early tomorrow. 3. We have got to get the kettle off.
.Your achievement will depend on your ability to organise yourself. Let's now check what the modal verbs could, could not, and might or might not do. Exercise 27 B. 2. 4. exercise 29 A. 1. 1. 5. C. - Can’t - doesn’t - can - doesn’t - may - doesn’t - might - doesn’t - can’t - can - might - doesn’t - couldn’t - can’t - couldn’t - can - couldn’t - might - couldn’t - can’t Exercise 27 C. 2. 2.6.2. 6.7. Exercise 30 A. I can’t go. - I would have to ask someone. Exercise 28 B. Exercise 29 B. Exercise 30 B.. In English, we can do this by using a sentence like I might ask.. 2. A.. 5. 5.4.1 Exercise 32 B. Let's now ask whether or not we can do something. - I can’t do that. - I would have to ask someone. Exercise 32 A.. 0b46394aab