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CAN & CAN’T Ability, permission, possibility & requests.
MEANING 1 I CAN: I know how to. I CAN’T: I don’t know how to.
CAN & CAN’T ABILITY / PERMISSION
Michael Phelps can swim very well.
She can ride a bike.
The babies can’t walk.
He can’t run 10 km.
Can cats speak? No, they can’t.
MEANING 2 I CAN: It’s possible for me. I CAN’T: It’s not possible for me.
I can go shopping with you on Tuesday, but I can’t on Saturday.
MEANING 3 YOU CAN: It’s OK, it’s permitted. YOU CAN’T: It’s not OK, it’s not permitted.
You can’t park there!
You can smoke in this restaurant.
MEANING 4 CAN YOU…?: Please do it. CAN I…?: Is it OK if I do it?.
Can you close the door? Can I sit down?
CAN & CAN’T don’t change (I, You, He, She, etc) He cans: INCORRRECT CAN’T = CANNOT CAN & CAN’T + INFINITIVE: I can swim I can to swim: INCORRECT
I / You / swim. He / She / It / can come. He / She / It / can’t come. We / They help. We / Theyhelp. +- FORMATION
Şekil ve Şemalar. Past Tenses Past Simple Past Perfect & Past Perfect Continuous Past Continuous Future in the Past Used to & Would Key Word Transformation.
Ability Logical conclusion Necessity Obligation Permission Possibility Prohibition Requests Advice.
What cannot you do there?. LIBRARY You cannot talk in the library. You can read in the library. You can write your homework in the library.
9th Grade English MART. –We use can to express our abilities ○ He can swim. ○ Birds can fly ○ Babies can’t walk ○ I can dance well. ○ Martin can’t.
Can/Can’t Grammar Reference Preparatore:Barbara Meloni.
INSTRUCTIONS Slides 3 to 8 provide sts with examples to demonstrate the use of “can” and “can’t” to express abilities. Slides 10 to 29 – have sts practice.
Kazuki can speak Japanese Cristina can’t speak Catalan with an Andorran accent When I was a baby, I could sleep for 12 hours at night What do the.
MODAL VERBS Tuesday, August 02nd. MODAL VERBS CAN CAN’T BE ABLE TO For general ability in the present or future Example: Helen is able to speak two foreign.
What is he doing? He is eating.. What is she doing? She is skiing.
Can / Can’t. 2 Tarifa is smart. She can speak five languages USING CAN.
Past Continuous Tense. Use the words and the past continuous tense to make correct sentences....
L1 : CH 6 EXERCICES. EXERCICE 1 1. I will travel. 2. She will swim. 3. They (m) will read. 4. You (plural) will sleep.
Modal verb CAN, followed by another verb at base form, used to specify the skill to do something. AFFERMATIVEINTERROGATIVEI/you He/She/itcan sing.Canhe/she/it.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com. Rule: 1 Ability I can write English Paula can skip.
1 I Can Stay Safe Created especially for Brendan and Josh Words by Rochelle Lentini and Picture Selection by Michelle Duda and Rochelle Lentini June 2002.
INSTRUCTIONS Slides 2 to 6 present students with examples and explanation on the use of can and can’t. On slides 8 to 19, have sts in pairs, form sentences.
MODAL VERBS CAN COULD MUST SHOULD CAN’T MUSTN’T SHOULDN’T COULDN’T WHEN and HOW DO WE USE THEM? Учитель: Коровина Е.И. ГБОУ СОШ №1387.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE CAN and COULD. CAN can and could “can” is used to express: 1.Ability (be able to): I can (am able to) help you with your homework. 2.
Unit 3C: If at first you don´t succeed...
1 MODALS Can, must, should.. 2 C A N We use can + verb to talk about ability, possibility and permission. She can speak French well. She can be his wife.
I can swim. She can dance. He can play football. They can fly.
Fluency 30 words #2. Sam and Pam walked to school. On the way to school they saw a zebra. It was in a tree. “Look,” shouted Pam, “A zebra. It’s in a tree.
Positive/Negative can Statements Subjectcan Base verb Irun. He She It swim. You* We They talk. can cannot can’t *You is either singular or plural.
- My cousin, who is only 2 years old, can already speak. - Can your sister play the piano? - Messi can play football very.
UNIT 4 Modals: may, might, can, could. Modal verbs: Give an indication of the speaker’s attitude Can indicate degrees of certainty, uncertainty, etc.
Can / can’t Tom is a baby. He is six months old. A.Can he walk ? B.No, he can’t. He cannot walk. He can’t walk. A.Can he think ? B.Yes, he can. He can.
should He should go to the doctor. should He should take an aspirin. should He should drink a cup of tea with two panadols. Advice= SHOULD Abilities=
THE MODAL “ can “. Can is an auxiliary verb, a modal auxiliary verb. We use can to: -talk about possibility and ability -make requests -ask for or give.
Relevant Information. Information that we need - Information that is important.
Grammar Lesson Plan- Auxiliary Verb Instructor: Po-Yi Hung Presenter: Sadia Date: December 31, 2008 can could be able to.
Ability can, could and be able to. Ability present She can do many things. Use can or be able to to talk about ability in the present. She’s able to do.
ABILITIES REQUESTS CAN. Can you sing? Can Lucy drive? Can Mary and John bring me the books? Can you close the door, please? Can someone answer the phone?
Unit 6 In the park ( 苏教牛津版 ) 一年级英语下册 chant What, what, what can you do? Climb, climb, climb the tree. I can climb the tree. What, what, what can you.
Her dad only speaks English. He ________ speak French. ¨Can ¨ or ¨can´t¨? can can’t Winarno 1.
Listening: Hoeveel verschillende dieren hoor je langskomen?
What’s your hobby? I like singing. What’s your hobby? I like swimming.
城关小学 胡兰蓉 listening to music She likes listening to music.
Run On Sentences To use with The Cay. A run-on sentence is two or more sentences that are incorrectly written as one sentence. The length of the sentence.
MODAL VERBS INTRODUCTION TO © º E.S.O by Beni Suárez Prado.
Gerunds A gerund is a noun made from a verb by adding "-ing." The gerund form of the verb: read --- reading write --- writing swim --- swimming 1.
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Signs we see Primary 5 Unit 3 There is a ‘Sale’ Sign It says ‘Sale’. It means you can buy things at lower price.
What’s he doing? He’s walking. Is he swimming? No, he isn’t. He’s walking Is she walking? Yes, she is. She’s walking. They are walking. She’s walking in.
Would you mind turning down the music?
Game: listen and guess busbus bike plane taxi train ?
© Rafael Moreno Esteban 2007 Can / Can’t Can is used to talk about ability(inability),rules®ulati ons, possibility, to ask for and give permission,
USED TO / WOULD Thursday, August 4th. Uses: used to would To talk about a habit in the past For example: I would run every morning, but now I don’t do.
Present Progressive Be : am -is-are + verb ing He is reading. They are dancing. –Created by Victoria Barachman.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR. Question tag Question tags I like to read novels,……………….? do n’t I He goes to exhibition,……………….? does n’t he She speaks English fluently,…………….?
GO PLAY WITH MICKEY. COOK PAINT SURF RUN SLEEP WALK DRIVE SWIM Mickey is painting.
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