Expresar la capacidad de hacer algo. Verbo Can
Helen: Look Betty, Bught Park at Loch Ness. The beach is very near, we can swim there.
Betty: Right! And can we take the dog with us? There are many trees there and we can take him on walks.
Helen: Oh no! We can't take the dog but look! There is a camp site on the isle of Wight.
Betty: Yes, there is. We can take the dog there and we can also swim at the beach or in the swimming pool. We can have dinner at the restaurant.
Helen: Listen Betty. This camp site has also got a washing machine so, we can wash our clothes. And the weather is better in the south.
Betty: O.K. Helen. Today is sunday. We can be there on friday.
Sujeto + can/can't + verbo (en infinitivo sin to)
Helen can't go to the cinema.
can + sujeto + verbo?
Can Helen go to the cinema?
Congujar can es muy fácil ya que sólo tiene una forma única para todas las personas.
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