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MODALITY could B1 USE: PERMISSION
Can use 'could I' to seek permission.
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MODALITY could B1 USE: POSSIBILITY
Can use 'could' to talk about possibility.
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MODALITY could B1 USE: POSSIBILITY
Can use 'could' to talk about possibility.
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MODALITY could B1 USE: SUGGESTIONS
Can use 'could' with an increasing range of verbs to make suggestions.
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MODALITY could B1 USE: SUGGESTIONS
Can use 'could' with an increasing range of verbs to make suggestions.
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MODALITY could B2 FORM: PAST
Can used 'could' have + '-ed'.
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MODALITY could B2 FORM: PAST
Can used 'could' have + '-ed'.
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MODALITY could B2 USE: PAST POSSIBILITY
Can used affirmative 'could' have + '-ed' to talk about past possibility.
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MODALITY could B2 USE: PAST POSSIBILITY
Can used affirmative 'could' have + '-ed' to talk about past possibility.
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MODALITY could B2 USE: PAST SPECULATION
Can use 'could have' + '-ed' to speculate about the past.
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MODALITY could B2 USE: PAST SPECULATION
Can use 'could have' + '-ed' to speculate about the past.
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MODALITY could B2 USE: REGRET
Can use 'could have' + '-ed' to talk about regrets.
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MODALITY could B2 USE: REGRET
Can use 'could have' + '-ed' to talk about regrets.
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MODALITY could B2 USE: REPORTED SPEECH
Can use 'could' as the past form of 'can' in reported speech.
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MODALITY could B2 USE: REPORTED SPEECH
Can use 'could' as the past form of 'can' in reported speech.
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MODALITY could C1 USE: CRITICISM
Can use 'could have' + '-ed' form to express disapproval or criticism.
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MODALITY could C1 USE: CRITICISM
Can use 'could have' + '-ed' form to express disapproval or criticism.
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MODALITY could C2 USE: SPECULATION
Can use 'couldn?t have' + '-ed' to speculate about the past.
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MODALITY could C2 USE: SPECULATION
Can use 'couldn?t have' + '-ed' to speculate about the past.
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