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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #60669: Know, can, meet ...
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    Know, can, meet ...


     Know,can,meet,face....     

     

    To know is followed by how to .

                     This cat knows how to be comfortable !

     

     

     

       

     

                  Can is followed by  the infinitive without to  .       

    The witch can fly very fast !

     

     

     

      

     

                     To meet, to get to know mean you meet someone and know them afterwards.

     

       They met 3 months ago and they got married yesterday !

     

     

      

     

    To face is used about  problems,difficulties.

     

    Who will be facing a problem in a minute?

     

     

     

      

    To hear,to be told,to find out are used when you speak about a piece of news.

     

     

     

    I was told he was working hard but I found out he wasn't !

     

     

    Exercise: choose the right verb.





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    1. I am sorry but I repair your car, it is too old.

    2. I John was coming for a holiday here ! Is that true?

    3. When she went to New York she a very nice boy.

    4. He told me he had done his exercise but I he hadn't.

    5. He moved to Chicago last month and he a lot of problems now.

    6. They that the meeting would be cancelled but they did not believe it.

    7. She is too young, she ride that horse.

    8. Jim is so lazy ! we make him work at school.

    9. She wanted to get divorced because she that Tom had a love affair with Mary.

    10. I am afraid we are lost ! Are you sure you use a map?









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