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Speaking English - Expressing ability with Can, Could, Be able to
In this English grammar lesson, I look at how to use "can", "could", and "be able to", when talking about ability. I explain which term is appropriate, depending on if you're talking about the past, present, or future.
English Speaking - How to Ask Permission - Can, Could, May, Do you mind
Learn how to be a polite English speaker in this lesson. I explain how politeness, formality, and necessity are all important parts of asking permission, when using the following common words and expressions: Can, Could, May and Do you mind.



Talking About Quantity in English - Few, Little
In this practical speaking and grammar lesson, I teach how to use some very common English expressions that are related to quantity. What is the difference between "a little" and "a few"?
Speaking English - Must, Have, Have got to - Talking about Necessity
Not sure what the difference is between "have to," "have got to," and "must"? In this lesson, you will learn how to use each of these very common English phrases effectively and fluently.


 

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