Can or Can’t Exercise 5

Can and can’t are modal verbs in English that are used in different situations. Some people don’t know when to use can and when to use can’t. For a full overview of modal verbs in English, click here.

Can is used to express possibility, permission or to say when someone has the ability to do something. Can’t is used when something is impossible or when someone does not have the ability to do something.

This is an exercise about the difference between can and can’t.

Can or can’t exercise

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Can or Can't Exercise 5

Complete the sentences below with can or can't.
1.
How I explain what I did?
2.
I make it up to you?
3.
His car go 300 km/h. He drives a Porsche.
4.
I'm not sure so I tell if he's serious.
5.
Our friend is pretty good in English so he tell the difference between present simple and present continuous.
6.
What a shame! She is 12 years old and she tie her own shoelaces.
7.
I'll make him an offer he refuse.
8.
My brother is only 10 years old so he do what he wants.
9.
You get a high-paying job without any experience.
10.
If it's a fact, you argue with it.

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