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Look at the pictures and say what they can or can’t do. Use these words: climb trees, juggle, lift the weights, play the violin, walk on his hands
► He can walk on his hands.
Harriet is visiting David, who hurt himself when he fell off a ladder. Complete the conversation using can or a form of be able to. Sometimes there is more than one possible answer.
Harriet: Hello, David. I’m sorry I haven’t been able to come (come) and see you before. I’ve been really busy lately. How are you?
David: I’m OK, thanks. (I / walk) around now. The doctor says (I / go) back to work soon. It’ll be nice (get) out again. I hate being stuck here like this. I haven’t (do) anything interesting.
Put in could or was/were able to. Sometimes either is possible. Use a negative if necessary.
► Suddenly all the lights went out. We couldn’t see a thing.
1- The computer went wrong, but luckily Emma put it right again.
2- There was a big party last night. You hear the music half a mile away.
3- I learnt to read music as a child. I read it when I was five.
4- People heard warnings about the flood, and they move out in time.
5- The train was full. I find a seat anywhere.