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    #11

    Smile Re: Can

    Itz "be"

    who voted for "to be"???
    lolz...

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    #12

    Re: Can

    Quote Originally Posted by Leon Khan View Post
    Itz "be"

    who voted for "to be"???
    lolz...
    It's



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    #13

    Re: Can

    ^ I agree.
    Can


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    #14

    Re: Can

    She can be there is only correct

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    #15

    Re: Can

    can=to helping verbs

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    #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Hi, here is The French,

    one easy question for English. Some people, say on theirs anwers that after modal verbs we must put the verb in the infinitive form (without to).

    But for "ought to" is it the same rule?

    Thank

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    Re: Can

    Quote Originally Posted by The French View Post
    Hi, here is The French,

    one easy question for English. Some people, say on theirs anwers that after modal verbs we must put the verb in the infinitive form (without to).

    But for "ought to" is it the same rule?
    At the risk of somebody finding examples of the use of "ought to" that contradict me, I say yes.

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    #18

    Re: Can

    " be" is the correct answer :)


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    #19

    Re: Can

    I think
    be

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    #20

    Re: Can

    be

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