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To be able to when used
Rules for using the modal verbs can and could Modal verbs are verbs that express an assessment
The question also uses the auxiliary verb do (does). To ask a question in Present Simple,
Present Perfect is formed using the auxiliary verb to have / has and the third form of the semantic verb
To make sentences negative, you must put the word "not" after the modal verb. For example, we have
Have = possess, own In this sense, have refers to the verbs expressing belonging.
Residents of England consider oatmeal to be a Scottish dish, because even in Samuel Johnson's Explanatory Dictionary,
The British eat a lot of meat: veal, beef, lamb, pork, game; they widely use offal and blood.
The main products are considered to be fish, meat, potatoes, vegetables and cereals. Meat is consumed by almost everyone
The British usually have 4 meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea (at 5
Eating between breakfast and lunch is called brunch (formed from breakfast and lunch). Have a snack
Traditional British dishes are fish and fries, potato casserole with meat and mashed potatoes.