09/NOV/2010 11:24 PM
||be able to
Like Dale said "This sentence has an unspoken/unwritten phrase, and it begins with "but...", "however...",etc.
You could have asked me out yesterday. I know I was sick last week "but...I got better and" I was able to go out last night.
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be able to or could've / what do you mean? Teacher 10/NOV/2010, 1:38 PM
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