Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Could"

Could I help you?
I wish I could swim.
Could I change rooms?
Could we have a fork?
Could I use your desk?
Could we have a spoon?
Could you repeat that?
He could speak French.
Could I have the check?
Could I borrow a pencil?
Could I use your pencil?
Could you do me a favor?
Could I park my car here?
Could I sit on the aisle?
Could you get me some tea?
Could you tell me the way?
Could I have some more tea?
Could I make a reservation?
He ran as fast as he could.
He said he could swim well.
I wish I could go to Japan.
Could you draw a map for me?
Could you drive more slowly?
Could you give me a discount?
I wish I could speak English.
Could I have some more coffee?
Could I have the bill, please?
Could we have a table outside?
He could not walk any further.
I could hardly understand him.
No one could solve the puzzle.
Could you charge it to my room?
I could hardly endure the pain.
I wish I could be in Paris now.
I wish I could buy that guitar.
If I had money, I could buy it.
Could you do this instead of me?
Could you get in touch with him?
Could you write it down, please?
Could I see you a minute, please?
Could you please clear the table?
Could you spare me a few minutes?
I wish I could go to the concert.
Could I get one more beer, please?
Could I see your driver's license?
Could you call again later please?
Could you help me wash the dishes?
I could scarcely stand on my feet.
Could I have a glass of white wine?
Could I have three cinnamon donuts?
Could you please take me back home?
Could you tell me how to get there?
He bit off more than he could chew.
I could swim well when I was a boy.
I wish you could have come with me.
Could I have one more coffee please?
Could we have a table by the window?
Could you please move out of my way?
Could you please pass me the pepper?
Could you give me change for a dollar?
Could you cook this meat a little more?
I could have helped you with your work.
I translated the poem the best I could.
I'm so hungry that I could eat a horse.
She stood as close to him as she could.
Could you give me a ride to the station?
Could you tell me which way I should go?
I don't have much time. Could you hurry?
I left early so I could get a good seat.
Could I please have one more can of beer?
Could you tell me the way to the station?
It would be great if we could meet again.
Could you please tell me why you love her?
I bought every book on Japan I could find.
I could swim well even when I was a child.
She thought she could get him to like her.
She was so angry that she could not speak.
Could you please repeat what you just said?
He ran as fast as his legs could carry him.
He walked slowly so the child could follow.
Could you tell me how to get to the station?
Everybody knew she could speak English well.
Could you describe to the jury what happened?
Could you give me a lift to the train station?
I wish that we could spend more time together.
Mary called him every name she could think of.
My teacher told me to read as much as I could.
Could you please speak a little bit more slowly?
Could you please tell me again why you are late?
I could have done better if I had had more time.
Could you tell me the way to the station, please?
I miss you. I need to see you. Could I come over?
If you could assist me, it would be a great help.
Tom was the sort of man you could get along with.
Could you please tell me again who your father is?
I looked all around, but I could see nobody there.
I don't feel well. Could you give me some medicine?
Could you lend me your bicycle for a couple of days?
Could you please tell me again where you put the key?
I wish I could figure out how to control my appetite.
She walked as fast as she could to catch up with him.
Could you tell me how to get to Park Street from here?
She watched him continue to fight as hard as he could.
If he had been there, I could have given him your message.
How could you just walk out the door without saying goodbye?
If he could pass for eighteen years old, he'd join the army.
Could you please tell me again what school you graduated from?
If he had known her phone number, he could have called her up.
Could you please tell me again how many times you've been here?
We all took for granted that the professor could speak English.
Daddy, I can't walk any more. Could you give me a piggyback ride?
I'd love to be able to find more time that I could spend relaxing.
I met someone the other day that I think I could fall in love with.
She hated him so much that our family could never go and visit him.
Could you please tell me again when the meeting is supposed to start?
I wish that I could have spent more time with my father before he died.
She may have argued with him, but I don't think she could have hit him.
After I got married, my Japanese got better and I could understand more.
She advised him to cut down on smoking, but he didn't think that he could.
If I had known about your illness, I could have visited you in the hospital.
She sold all of her furniture, so she could afford to feed herself and her dog.
I know you've been waiting a long time, but could you wait just a little bit longer?
She asked him to give her some money so she could go to a restaurant with her friends.
If you'd told me about it earlier, I could've been free. However, tomorrow I have plans to go back home.
I came here to see if there was something I could do to help, but there doesn't seem to be anything for me to do.


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