Can vs. Could : GMAT Verbal Section
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# Can vs. Could

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18 Jan 2006, 11:54
Can someone explan can vs. could?
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I guess the confusion stems from our misuse of "could" in daily conversations. Otherwise, it is pretty clear that "could" is past, and than "can" is present.
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