Session-24-Practice can could may might

Can is used to say that someone or something is able to do something, either now, or as a natural characteristic, as a continuing skill, as something learnt.

 When talking about what is possible in a given situation, or about an opportunity that is open to someone, use can or be able to.

We use may or might to talk about possibility:

·         to talk about a possible situation: 

·         to politely ask for permission to do something: 

·         to politely give someone permission to do something: 

·         to admit that something is the case before stating a contrasting fact: 

·         to express a wish or hope: