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1. Label the picture. Use the words in the boxes. Objects and furniture
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Speaker compact disc picture fire place lamp sofá large chair telephone magazine book TV door book case CD player DVD player

16. To knit 17. To sleep 18. To read 19. To watch TV 20 To play “Game Boy”

2. We can't remember anything of what he is doing. Father. You know is difficult to convince your mother. Mum. d) His grand dad is very busy. Correct the false ones. 3. Please go and help your brother. Peter – OK. Peter. Now it is very complicated. Say if the following statements are True or False. Why don't you stop playing and help him? Peter. And your mother could help you when maths was easier. and I’m just trying to convince her that they are still comfortable.Grand dad. he can't. MODAL VERBS . what are you doing? Grandfather. a) Peter is playing and he can't help his brother.Hey.I’m very busy.No.Can't he solve his maths problems himself? Father. c) Maths is very easy. I'll do it. e) Peter is the only one who can help his brother. don't forget to tell daddy that the TV and the DVD player don't work properly and it would be a good idea to change them to.ABILITY . I’m trying to get some sleep and yesterday your mum told me about changing the armchair and the sofa. Peter. b) His father is able to help him. You are the only one who can do it. I'd like to help him but you know I can't because I've forgotten what I was taught when I was at school. Read the text: An afternoon at home The Robinsons are spending the afternoon at home. I think your brother is having some difficulties with his maths exercises.

we use could or was/were able to whereas we only use was/were able to when we want to say that somebody managed to do something in a particular situation in the past. c) ________ (can/ couldn’t /were able to) solve his maths problems himself? d) He's the only one who ______ (could/ couldn’t/ can) help him. a) He _________ (can’t / could / can) help his soon because he's forgotten what he was taught when he was at able to supplies the missing parts of can it is also an alternative form for present and past. help her sons solve their maths problems when mats was easier. b) When we refer to past ability b) She ________ (could / can / were not able to) sew. c) We normally use can and could f) She __________ (can/ could/ can’t) with verbs of senses instead of the simple present. e) The baby _______ (can't/ can/ could) walk yet because he's too small.can for the present and could for the past. in the negative we may use couldn’t to talk about a particular action not successfully completed. Uses 4. When we want to say that someone has ability to do something we use can but. Each modal verb has more than one use. . However. Choose a word and complete the sentences with the correct modal verb.Modals are auxiliary verbs witch are used with a simple infinitive to Express the speaker’s attitude as well as a degree of certainty or uncertainly. as can only has two forms. a) Both can and am/is/are able to may be used to Express ability in the present although can is the more usual form.