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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5491: Modals : Can / be able to
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    Modals : Can / be able to

    Complete with 'can' or 'be able to'.

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    1. Ask him, he should help you.

    2. I hardly believe it.

    3. I'm sorry I won't come.

    4. She has everything money buy.

    5. I've not sleep very well recently.

    6. Don't shout, I hear you very well.

    7. How you possibly imagine that?

    8. Will he continue his journey?

    9. I'm locked in! I get out!

    10. Once I've passed my test I'll hire a car.

    11. (Attention utiliser could ou was/ were able to!!) My mother play the piano very well.

    12. Fortunately, he open the door before the car fell into the sea.

    13. She was an excellent player . She beat anybody.

    14. They had a spare key so they start the car.

    15. At five she read very well.

    16. I was near the stage. I see and hear very well.

    17. I had forgotten my keys, fortunately my son was awake so I get in.

    18. The police were very suspicious but he convince them that he was not guilty.

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