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Yellow Level Quiz #14 -- (be) able to

Part A.

Directions: Complete each sentence with "(be) able to" in the present tense. Use the verb in parentheses. Some sentences are negative.

1. We ________ ________ ________ __________ to your party. (come)

2. She ________ ________ ________ __________ skiing. (go -- negative)

3. I __________ ________ ________ __________ you. (help)

4. The church ________ _______ ________ __________ shelter to people who need it. (provide)

5. Sam ________ ________ ________ ________ a job. (find -- negative)

6. This car ________ ________ ________ _________ speeds of over 170 miles per hour. (reach)

7. My neighbors ________ _________ ________ _________ their mortgage, so they're moving. (pay -- negative)

8. My grandmother _________ ________ _________ _________ without her glasses. (see -- negative)

9. Her three-year-old daughter ________ ________ ________ _______ herself. (dress)

10. An ant ________ ________ ________ ________ objects that are larger and heavier than itself. (carry)

 

Part B.

Directions: Complete each question with "(be) able to" in the present tense. Use the verb in parentheses. Some sentences are negative.

1. _________ you _______ ________ ________? (drive)

2. ________ she ________ ________ ________ today? (work)

3. ________ I ________ _________ _________ a day off soon? (get)

4. ________ your friends ________ ________ _________ over? (come)

Part B. (continued)

5. ________ Pedro _______ _______ _________ English? (speak -- negative)

6 . ________ your dog ________ ________ ________ any tricks? (do)

7. Why __________ he _________ ________ __________ to work today? (go -- negative)

8. __________ the students ________ ________ ________ their own books? (have)

9. Why _________ they ________ ________ __________ to class on time? (get -- negative)

10. How many people _________ you _________ ________ _______ in your car? (fit)

 

Part C.

Conjugate the verb "see" using "(be) able to" in the present tense.

singular
plural

I

 

You

 

He

 

She

 

It

We

 

You

 

 

 

They

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