Please, can you help me with this?
What would you say is the main difference between:
I could finish my project in time
I was able to finish my project in time
I can sing
I am able to sing
Is there any big difference, and if so, what exactly tells the difference between them? Is it the context?
Thank you so much,
No real difference, Criss. 'Was/were able to' is I think more common in the past tense than 'could'. 'Be able to', of course, can be used in tenses that 'can' and 'could' are unable to be used.