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actions exercises > What can they do? How well can they do it?
 

What can they do? How well can they do it?

 

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What can they do? How well can they do it?
by frenchfrog

Date: 11 - Feb - 2009
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-14

Description:
CAN + hobbies, activities, sports, musical instruments, etc + not ... at all, a little, quite well, very well. (11.02.09)


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Victoria-Ladybug
Israel

A wonderful combination of useful content and great work. Thanks a lot!!!          posted by Victoria-Ladybug 0
Thanks for this great online exercise!
I am going to use it with my pupils!

Have a terrific day!
Victoria


jujuka
Hungary

          posted by jujuka 0
Great job! Thanks a lot :)
This is exactly what I need for my young ss tomorrow.


leva
Hungary

Great job!Thanks!          posted by leva 0


gilorit
Israel

Wonderful ;-).......Thank you           posted by gilorit 0
Great on-line activities.
Orit


goodnesses
Algeria

Wonderful :-)          posted by goodnesses 0


omes2009
Germany

          posted by omes2009 0
tnx


Pacchy
Argentina

Thanks ! Keep sharing your online exercises!!          posted by Pacchy 0


naj07
Tunisia

help          posted by naj07 0
very interesting work. Can someone help me how we can use the on line exercises. Thank you very much


poly.croft
Brazil

FANTASTIC!          posted by poly.croft 0
ABSOLUTELY GREAT!
Excellent job! Thanks a lot for sharing :)


lucero82
Mexico

Wow!!!          posted by lucero82 0
Thanks so much!!!


kasiraoj
India

Fullscreen What can they do? How well can they do it?          posted by kasiraoj 0
It´s simply very good


cristinasuma
Spain

          posted by cristinasuma 0
Thanks for sharing


dennismychina
China

          posted by dennismychina 0
Hi Frenchfrog,
If you get this message would you mind replying? I’m not able to access ESL Printables website. I get the message “Service Unavailable” and was wondering if there is a problem with the site or with my browser? Living in China anything can happen. Well almost.
Can you shed any light please? If you can my email address is dennismychina@gmail.com.

Many thanks,
Enjoy.
Dennis.


Friedfam
Israel

          posted by Friedfam 0
Beautiful workpage - thanks for sharing.


hannahf
United Kingdom

          posted by hannahf 20120514
I love this webpage - you´ve put loads of work into it and it´s really useful.
I have spotted 2 mistakes which aren´t very big but you may want to revise it if you agree.
1) You have used "play bowling", I think we normally say "bowl" as the verb.
She can bowl / She can´t bowl.
2) I noticed in the corrections for #4 you´ve put "Carol cannot play at all" but to be consistent it should be "Carol can´t play tennis at all"
I´m a native speaker, I hope you find this useful & thanks again!


ximuoi
Vietnam

          posted by ximuoi 0
Thanks for sharing, I love this webpage so much


lorymorei
Panama

          posted by lorymorei 0
thanksss it is so good....


nataliaflex
Poland

          posted by nataliaflex 20151130
great


nataliaflex
Poland

          posted by nataliaflex 20151130
great