The English meaning of 1 can2 may3 able to4 to approve5 to permit6 to suit7 (particle used for emphasis) certainly8 very
Finishing the report by tomorrow is next to impossible.
If possible, I'd like to travel around the world.
He looked for every possible means of escape.
Can you imagine walking around on the moon?
This airplane is capable of carrying 40 passengers at a time.
I am going to my room, where I can study.
It's next to impossible to finish it in a day.
St Mark's Square in Venice is always swarming with tourists in the summer.
You can get in touch with him at his home tonight.
While you are reading to me, I can do my sewing.
She thought the plan was fine but impractical.
You may be right, but I am against your opinion.
The teacher cannot have said such a thing.
If it had not been for your help, I couldn't have completed the work.
Good health is inseparable from exercise and moderation.
With just a little more effort, he would have succeeded.
There is no denying that she is very efficient.
It is highly probable that the deletion of element C will still yield the same result.
He must be a gentleman to act that way.
That can't be Mary. She's in the hospital now.
The high building can be seen from the window.
I can choose between tea and coffee.