Today, I’m going to start a series of podcasts to help you with some of the tricky grammar points that come up on the TOEIC exam. I hope this will come in handy for you if you are taking the exam, and even if not, I’m sure you can use this grammar in your everyday English conversations. In this lesson, let’s look at the past modal verb, could have.
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- I could have had pizza, but I ordered pasta.
- Thanks for your help. That desk is heavy, and I couldn’t have moved it without you.
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