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General NO s THIRD PERSON E. G. HE CAN WITHOUT TO INFIN HE CANGO NOT ALL TENSES POSSIBLE :- POTERE SAPER FARE COULD - PAST AND CONDITIONAL CAN YOU GO COULD YOU REPLY.
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Modal verbs, also called modal auxiliaries or simply modals, are a type of auxiliary verb or helping verb. English has ten modal verbs:.
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