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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")
I admired my friend Susan. She could run faster than any of the boys.Admiraba a mi amiga Susan. Podía correr más rápido que cualquiera de los chicos.
Don't blame mom. She did all she could.No culpes a mamá. Hizo todo lo que pudo.
Hayworth was a wonderful actress, plus she could sing and she could dance.Hayworth era una actriz maravillosa, además sabía cantar y sabía bailar.
2. (used to express possibility)
3. (used as conditional)
4. (used to express suggestions)
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