When to use CAN or BE ABLE TO for ability
You can use 'can' or 'be able to' to talk about ability, but not always. This article explains when to use 'can' and when to use 'be able to'.
Be able to
Performative verbs: when you say a word you do the action the word describes
When you use a word like "promise" or "apologise", you are doing the action by just saying the word. In those cases, use the present simple and not the continuous.
"First time to meet" or "first time meeting"?
Understand ALMOST and MOSTLY
The Logic Trap
The Order of Adjectives in English
Live in an English world
Three ways to use -ING verbs
Countable or Uncountable
So strange AN expression
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