by Liz Walter
We often need to talk about things we can do and ask other people questions about their own abilities. This post looks in some detail at the common modal verb can and also suggests some other ways to express the same idea.
We use can extremely often to make statements and questions. Remember that can is always followed by an infinitive verb without to.
Laura can play the piano.
Laura can to play the piano.
Can you see the stage from here?
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