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(can or could) , (present perfect or past simple) I can do my homework alone. I could do my homework alone. How can you solve your problem? How could you solve your problem? I'm happy. I finished my home work. I'm happy. I have finished my home work. I have done. I am done.
Mar 2, 2014 7:08 AM
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Only two don't look quite right... "I'm happy. I finished my home work." You've suddenly jumped through time here. When did you finish your homework? "I have done." ...done what? We need much more context for can/could, if you want to understand the difference.
March 2, 2014
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