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  1. Bilge Gökçen

    Bilge Gökçen Yeni Üye Üye

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    Can/Could - Able to Exercises

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    can could exercises could couldn t exercises can t be able to Part I can, used to express ability with could, shall/will be able
    Fill the following spaces, using can for present, could for past and shall/will be able for future. There is no need to use other able form in this section. Put to where necessary before the infinitives.

    1 . . . you stand on your head? ~
    I . . . when I was at school but I . . . now. (2nd verb negative)

    2 When I've passed my driving test I . . . hire a car from our local garage.
    3 At the end of the month the Post Office will send him an enormous telephone bill which he . . . pay. (negative)
    4 I . . . remember the address, (negative) ~
    . . . you even remember the street? (negative)

    5 When the fog lifts we . . . see where we are. .
    6 You've put too much in your rucksack; you never . . . carry all that.
    7 When I was a child I . . . understand adults, and now that I am an adult I . . . understand children, (negative, negative)
    8 When you have taken your degree you . . . put letters after your name?
    9 Don't try to look at all the pictures in the gallery. Otherwise when you get home you . . . remember any of them. (negative)
    10 When I first went to Spain I . . . read Spanish but I . . . speak it. (2nd verb negative)
    11 ...you type?~
    Yes, I . . . type but I . . . do shorthand, (2nd verb negative)

    12 I'm locked in. I . . . get out! (negative) ~
    . . . you squeeze between the bars? (negative) ~
    No! I . . .; I'm too fat. (negative)

    Part 2 could and was able
    In some of the following sentences either could or was able could be used. In others only was/were able is possible. Fill the spaces and put to where necessary before the infinitives.

    13 He was very strong; he . . . ski all day and dance all night.
    14 The car plunged into the river. The driver . . . get out but the passengers were drowned.
    15 I was a long way from the stage. I . . . see all right but I . . . hear very well.
    (2nd verb negative)
    16 We . . . borrow umbrellas; so we didn't get wet.
    17 . . . you walk or did they have to carry you?
    18 I had no key so I . . . lock the door. (negative)
    19 I knew the town so I . . . advise him where to go.
    20 When the garage had repaired our car we . . . continue our journey.
    21 At five years old he . . . read quite well.
    22 When I arrived everyone was asleep. Fortunately I . . . wake my sister and she let me in.
    23 The swimmer was very tired but he . . . reach the shore before he collapsed.
    24 The police were suspicious at first but I . . . convince them that we were innocent.
    Part 3 PEG 222 C, 223 B, 283-4
    This section includes examples of could used for polite requests and as a conditional.

    25 . . . I speak to Mr Pitt, please?~
    I'm afraid he's out at the moment. . . . you ring back later?

    26 If you stood on my shoulders . . . you reach the top of the wall? ~
    No, I'm afraid I . . . (negative)

    27 If I sang . . . you accompany me on the piano?~
    No, 1..., 1... play the piano! (negative, negative)

    28 If a letter comes for me . . . you please forward it to this address?
    29 She made the wall very high so that boys . . . climb over it. (negative)
    30 They took his passport so that he . . . leave the country, (negative)
    31 . . . you tell me the time, please? ~
    I'm afraid 1. . . . I haven't got a watch. (negative)

    32 If you had to, . . . you go without food for a week?~
    I suppose I . . . if I had plenty of water.

    33 . . . you lend me Ј5? ~
    No, I . . . (negative)

    34 They used to chain valuable books to library desks so that people . . . take them away. (negative)
    35 He says that he saw Clementine drowning but . . . help her as he . . . swim.
    (negative, negative)
    36 If you had had the right tools . . . you have repaired the engine?

     
  2. Bilge Gökçen

    Bilge Gökçen Yeni Üye Üye

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    Cevap: Can/Could - Able to Exercises
    1 can, could, can't/couldn't 2 will be able to 3 won't be able to 4 can't . . . can't or couldn't . . . couldn't 5 shall/will be able to 6 will never be able to 7 couldn't, can't 8 will you be able to 9 won't be able to 10 could, couldn't 11 can, can, can't
    12 can't, can't/couldn't, can't/couldn't 13 could/was able to 14 was able to 15 could/was able to, couldn't/wasn't able to 16 were able to 17 were you able to/could you
    18 couldn't/wasn't able to 19 was able to 20 were able to 21 could/was able to 22 was able to 23 was able to 24 was able to 25 could/can, could 26 could, couldn't 27 could, couldn't, can't 28 could 29 couldn't/wouldn't be able to 30 couldn't/wouldn't be able to
    31 could/can, can't 32 could, could 33 could/can, couldn't/can't 34 couldn't/wouldn't be able to
    35 couldn't/wasn't able to, couldn't/wasn't able to 36 could
     
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