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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used as the past of "can")
When he was a teenager, he could eat three burgers at a time and not get full.Cuando era adolescente, podía comer tres hamburguesas a la vez y no sentirse lleno.
He did the best he could, but someone else won.Hizo lo mejor que pudo, pero otro ganó.
My grandfather was a military interpreter; he could speak seven languages.Mi abuelo era intérprete militar; sabía hablar siete idiomas.
2. (used as conditional)
3. (used to express possibility)
4. (used to express suggestions)
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