216 Can vs Could – Confusing Vocabulary Lesson

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Can & could are sometimes confusing for English learners. For today’s English lesson let’s have look at how we use these two words in English conversation & writing.

Here are the example sentences:
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Using CAN:

  • I can listen to just about any kind of music.
  • Lori can sing Italian songs very well.
  • Can you dance?
  • Can I borrow your pen?
  • If you want, you can come to my house and study here.
  • Can I help you move those books?

Using COULD:

  • Could I borrow your pen?
  • Could I have another piece of cake?
  • It could rain tomorrow, so we should prepare for that.
  • There could be a lot of traffic. I think we should leave a little early today.
  • When I was a kid, I could spend a whole day listening to records.
  • My grandmother could cook very delicious dishes.
  • Jane could count to 100 when she was three years old.
  • Yesterday was my day off, so I was able to spend the whole day listening to records.
  • Were you able to contact Jane this morning?
  • Yesterday was a nice day. I could have gone fishing, but I stayed home and worked in the garden.
  • I could have missed my flight if the taxi driver was late.

If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!




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