Grammar Quiz

[ Modal Requests ]

Hey there! Can you help me with something fun? What’s the difference between ‘can’ and ‘could’ when making requests?

A. ‘Can’ is used for general requests, while ‘could’ is used for specific requests.

B. The difference is in the tense used, ‘can’ is present tense while ‘could’ is past tense.

C. ‘Can’ is used for requests to strangers, while ‘could’ is used for requests to friends.

D. The main difference is the level of formality. ‘Can’ is more informal and direct, while ‘could’ is more polite and formal.

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