By Jacqueline Schaalje
Yup, more modals!
For can and could, when you mean that someone has an ability to do something, you can also use able to.
But: there are some cases where you’d prefer using one of the two.
Check out this infographic to learn about the details. And then do the quiz!
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Choose a form of can, could or able to. (Including negatives.)
1 What did you say? I ____________ hear you.
2 She ____________ cook, not even an egg.
3 ___________ you run the 100 meters in under 20 seconds?
4 We __________ take the 7:04 bus. It drove away in front of us.
5 Why _________ chimpanzees fly?
6 Why is it so dark? I ___________ see a thing in here.
7 Alcoholics are people who __________ stop drinking.
8 I ________ never understand what she says.
9 Look what the baby’s doing. He _________ stand!
10 When I bought my son that puzzle, he __________ solve it in three minutes.
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