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Side by Side Chapter 13B Vocabulary Common Verbs plus “can” and “can’t” www.ESLAmerica.US The English language website where everything has sound! www.ESLAmerica.US
I can be a translator.
You can’t have dessert.
Can you do me a favor?
He can say my name.
Can she get her driver license?
We can’t make a schedule.
You can go to the park together.
They can’t know everything.
It can take a nap in the dog house.
Can they see the movie?
I can come tomorrow.
Can you think of a question?
We can look at the apartment soon.
They want a vacation. Note: Since “can” and “want” are both auxiliary modal verbs, we should not use them together.
Can you give me a minute, please?
He can use my pencil.
She can’t find her keys.
Can she tell me some good news?
We can’t ask for a raise.
Can they work overtime?
It can seem difficult to learn English.
I can’t feel any pain.
We can try to cancel the appointment.
Can you leave early?
They can call on holidays.
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