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1C

COMPUTER ASSISTED LITERACY FOR NON ENGLISH SPEAKERS

EXTRA HOME WORK DATE: __________

(1) Instructions

Using the verb to be able or can (poder) in the present tense
Usando el verbo to be able or can (poder) en el tiempo presente

Please write five sentences in the affirmative.
Example: Roberto can speak English. (Roberto puede hablar inglés.)

1. (They)
2. (He)
3. (We)
4. (I)
5. (You)

(2) Please write five sentences in the negative.
Example: Roberto can not speak English. (Roberto no puede hablar inglés.)

1. (They)
2. (He)
3. (We)
4. (I)
5. (You)

C. Please write five sentences in the interrogative.
Example: Can Roberto speak English? (¿Puede Roberto hablar inglés?)

1. (They)
2. (He)
3. (We)
4. (I)
5. (You)

(4) TAREA EXTRA EXTRA: To do something more advanced, write five sentences in each category (affirmative, negative and interrogative) in the past tense of the verb to be able or can (poder) .

Para hacer algo más adelantado escriba cinco oraciones en cada categoría (afirmando, negando y interrogando) en el tiempo pasado con el verbo to be able or can (poder) .

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