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  • Answer the questions carefully after learing your lesson of the day.

! Little tricks: Do not send your answers until you are completely sure of it. !

! You will not be able to connect yourself after that. !

! Take your time and do not hesitate to google new words. !

! Go back to lesson of the day section from time to time. !

   1- Choose the correct options.

    1) He loved the water and / couldn’t / wasn’t able to swim when he was three.
    2) I’d love to cancouldbe able to swim like him.
    3) She teaches French and she can’tcouldis able to speak Chinese as well.
    4) He’s lost his driving licence. He can’tcouldn’thasn’t been able to drive for the last two years.
    5) We’re a bit worried about Jake. He’s six years old, but he still cancan’tcouldn’t read.
    6) You used to couldbe able towas able to see the sea from here, before they built that block of flats.
    7) He was heartbroken, but he cancouldcouldn’t understand why she’d left him.
    8) I’m having laser treatment on my eyes, so I’ll cancouldbe able to read without glasses.

         2 – Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use negative forms where necessary.

      1) I’m really sorry we to the party last night. (able/come)
      2) She finally a job as a waitress. (manage/find)
      3) My father’s going to give me some money so I my first car. (able/buy)
      4) We were only at home for a few days and unfortunately we all the people we’d wanted to see. (not succeed/visit)
      5) She did as well as she could, but on this particular occasion she just the exam on time. (able/finish)
      6) The cup fell off the table, but luckily he it before it hit the floor. (manage/catch)

          3 – Complete the sentences using can, could or was able to. Use negative forms where necessary. Sometimes more than one form is possible.

        1) A: you speak Dutch?
        B: No, not really. I speak it when I was a child, but then my family left the Netherlands and I lost touch with the language.
        2) A: Did you go to the concert last night?
        B: No, I get a ticket.
        3) A: Do you know if Sarah get home alright last night?
        B: Yes, she caught the last train with just minutes to spare!
        4) A: How’s the snow?
        B: Amazing! Another ten inches fell two nights ago. I get to the office yesterday morning!
        5) A: I’m sorry I come to the meeting this afternoon. Something’s come up.
        B: OK. Don’t worry. I’ll take notes for you.

                   4 – Write sentences about yourself.

          1) I can , but I can’t .
          2) I’d love to be able to .
          3) When I was I could .
          4) I couldn’t until I .
          5) I was really pleased when I succeeded in for the first time.
          6) I’ll never forget the time I managed to


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