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Well, can you walk my dog? 1) You can take her to the park.
-I'd like to, but I'm very busy today.
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What does 1) mean among the following?

2) You are allowed to take her to the park.
3) You are able to take her to the park.

  1. Writeacher

    #1 can mean both 2 and 3 in this context.

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