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I can speak French... #1 (permalink) Mon May 09, 2005 8:39 am   I can speak French...
 

Test No. incompl/elem-7 "Modals", question 6

I ......... speak French without a problem now because I have had many lessons.

(a) may
(b) can
(c) have

Test No. incompl/elem-7 "Modals", answer 6

I can speak French without a problem now because I have had many lessons.

Correct answer: (b) can
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Can #2 (permalink) Mon May 09, 2005 10:10 am   Can
 

Yes, this is right - it means I am able to speak French.
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I can speak French... #3 (permalink) Thu Apr 16, 2009 17:51 pm   I can speak French...
 

May I know why the answer is may not 'may'?
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I can speak French... #4 (permalink) Thu Oct 22, 2009 14:05 pm   I can speak French...
 

Hi teacher.

In this sentence I used may, it's not possible?
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I can speak French... #5 (permalink) Sun Apr 01, 2012 20:57 pm   I can speak French...
 

In this question "I have had many lessons.". why 'have had' used here? please explain me..
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