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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. 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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