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Today we learned two modal verbs "can" and "may"
Modal verbs it is special verbs, they not use alone and use only with any verbs in infinitive form
Verbs "can" and "may" have two forms.
"Can" and "may" it is for present or future time
and "could/might" it is for past time

"I can speak English, but I might do it better if started learn more early "
"My son cannot go, because he is very young yet"
"That cat might eat a mouse, but it cannot find her hole"

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    my lesson

    Today we learned two modal verbs "can" and "may"
    Modal verbs are it is special verbs, they're not used alone, but and use only with any verbs in infinitive form
    Verbs "can" and "may" have two forms.
    "Can" and "may" are used in it is for present or future tense time
    and "could/might" it is for in past tense time

    "I can speak English, but I might do it better if I started learning earlier more early"

     "might" means you have the power or ability to do something, in this case you can not go back in time and start earlier, but you can still do it better if you start studying harder  
    "My son cannot go, because he is still very young yet"
    "That cat might eat a mouse, but it cannot find the mousehole her hole"

     

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