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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #87454: Modal verb Can
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    Modal verb Can


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    1. I speak English but I can't speak French.

    2. If I won the lottery, I buy a new house.

    3. She have the job if she had applied.

    4. Peter play the piano very well. He is musically gifted.

    5. She drive a car because she doesn't have her driving license.

    6. Do you know if your friend drive a car?

    7. Sorry, I come yesterday. I was too tired.

    8. I go to Africa if I had more money.

    9. I am sorry, but I lend you any money.

    10. He was an excellent sportsman. He run extremely fast.

    11. I have written this letter. It is written in French and I don't know this language.

    12. I had earned enough money, so I have gone on holiday, but I didn't.

    13. I speak French but I'm going to learn it in the future.

    14. Your father have known my parents. They had never met before.

    15. Excuse me, you tell me where the post office is?









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