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can

modal verb
 
 
strong /kæn/ weak /kən, kn/ ( past tense and past participle could)
ABILITY A1 to be able to do something
yetenek, ...ebilmek, ...abilmek
We can't pay the rent. Can you drive?Skill, talent and ability
PERMISSION A1 to be allowed to do something
izin vermede/istemede kullanılır
You can't park here. Can I go now?Allowing and permitting
ASK A1 used to ask someone to do or provide something
bir şeyi istemede, rica etmede kullanılır
Can you tell her to meet me outside? Can I have a drink of water?Making appeals and requests
OFFER A1 used to politely offer to do something
nazikçe bir şeyi teklif etmede, sunmada kullanılr
Can I carry those bags for you?Polite expressions
POSSIBLE A2 used to talk about what is possible
bir olasılığı ifadede kullanılır
You can buy stamps from the shop on the corner. Smoking can cause cancer.Possible and probable
TYPICAL B2 used to talk about how someone often behaves or what something is often like
birinin zamana zaman nasıl davranabileceğini ya da bir şeyin neye benzediğini ifadede kullanılır
She can be really rude at times.Describing and telling stories
SURPRISE B1 used to show surprise or lack of belief
sürpriz ve şaşkınlığı belirtmede kullanılır
You can't possibly be hungry already! Can you believe it? Feelings of surprise and amazement
(Definition of can modal verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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