can / can’t
Tom is a baby. He is six months old.
A. Can he walk ?
B. No, he can’t. He cannot walk .
He can’t walk.
A. Can ...
Now look at the table and make sentences.
Speak
English
Cook Drive Play the
guitar
Swim
You + - + - +
He - + - + -
She + -...
Can / Can’t : Ability
Subject AUXILIARY Verb
Object
(WHAT )
(WHO)
Adverb
(HOW)
Adverb
(WHERE)
Adverb
(WHEN)
You
He
She
The...
Can / Can’t : Ability
Question
word
AUXILIARY subject verb
What you
Where he
Why she
How they
can
can’t V ?
can
can’t
spea...
Now you make up sentences about
Tom . Follow the example.
• Example: Tom / think /walk /a little baby
I.A: Can Tom think ?...
What can a fish do?
What can’t a fish do?
•
Fin
Gill
a fish / walk / have / no legs
A: Can a fish walk ?
B: No, it can’t. ...
What can birds do?
What can’t birds do?
•
leg
wing
birds / walk / have / legs
A: Can birds walk ?
B: Yes, they can.
Birds ...
cats / walk / fly /have / no wings
A: Can cats walk ?
B: Yes, they can. Cats can walk.
A: Why can’t cats fly ?
B: Cats can...
a snake / walk / have / no legs
A: Can a snake walk ?
B: No, it can’t. A snake can’t walk.
A: Why can’t a snake walk ?
B: ...
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  1. 1. can / can’t Tom is a baby. He is six months old. A. Can he walk ? B. No, he can’t. He cannot walk . He can’t walk. A. Can he think ? B. Yes, he can. He can think.
  2. 2. Now look at the table and make sentences. Speak English Cook Drive Play the guitar Swim You + - + - + He - + - + - She + - + - + They - + - + - Ahmet + - - Ahmet and Ayşe _ + - + - A: Can you speak English ? B: Yes, I can. I can speak English. A: Can you cook ? B: No, I can’t. I can not / can’t cook
  3. 3. Can / Can’t : Ability Subject AUXILIARY Verb Object (WHAT ) (WHO) Adverb (HOW) Adverb (WHERE) Adverb (WHEN) You He She They Ahmet and Ayşe can can’t speak fluently in classEnglish the pianoplay ride swim well a bike on E-6
  4. 4. Can / Can’t : Ability Question word AUXILIARY subject verb What you Where he Why she How they can can’t V ? can can’t speak English swim
  5. 5. Now you make up sentences about Tom . Follow the example. • Example: Tom / think /walk /a little baby I.A: Can Tom think ? B: Yes, he can . Tom can think. II.B: Can Tom walk? A: No, he can’t. Tom can’t walk. III.A: Why can’t Tom walk? B: Tom can’t walk because he is a little baby. 1. Tom / smile / talk /a little baby 2. Tom / eat / swim /a little baby 3. Tom / crawl / walk / /a little baby
  6. 6. What can a fish do? What can’t a fish do? • Fin Gill a fish / walk / have / no legs A: Can a fish walk ? B: No, it can’t. A fish can’t walk. A: What can a fish do ? B: It can swim because it has got fins. A: What can’t a fish do ? B: It can’t walk because it hasn’t got legs. .
  7. 7. What can birds do? What can’t birds do? • leg wing birds / walk / have / legs A: Can birds walk ? B: Yes, they can. Birds can walk because they have got legs. A: Can birds swim? B: No, they can’t. Birds can’t walk because they haven’t got fins. birds / swim / have / fins
  8. 8. cats / walk / fly /have / no wings A: Can cats walk ? B: Yes, they can. Cats can walk. A: Why can’t cats fly ? B: Cats can’t fly because they haven’t got wings . A: Can cats fly ? B: No, they can’t. Cats can’t fly.
  9. 9. a snake / walk / have / no legs A: Can a snake walk ? B: No, it can’t. A snake can’t walk. A: Why can’t a snake walk ? B: It can’t walk because it hasn’t got legs. . a snake / fly / have / no wings A: Can a snake fly ? B: No, it can’t. A snake can’t fly. A: Why can’t a snake fly ? B: It can’t fly because it hasn’t got wings. .
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