Grammar Quiz

[ Modal Requests ]

Hey there! How does the use of ‘can’ differ from ‘could’ when making requests?

A. ‘Can’ is more fun and friendly than ‘could’.

B. ‘Could’ is used for general requests, while ‘can’ is for specific requests.

C. ‘Can’ is more direct and casual, while ‘could’ is more polite and formal.

D. ‘Could’ is used for urgent requests, while ‘can’ is for casual requests.

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You should take your umbrella today, which is an important tool to protect from rain.

  1. which is an important tool to protect from rain
  2. you should take your umbrella today
  3. your umbrella
  4. none

Conditional Sentences › View

If I do my homework,

A. I will get good grades.

B. if I concentrate in class.

C. I won’t do homework.

D. if my teacher explains to me.

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