How Do You Use the Word Could in a Sentence?

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The word 'could' means that it is possible to do something. To use the word 'could' in a sentence, you could write: 'If I could go anywhere in the world, it would be to Australia'. Or you could say 'I would help you with your homework if I could, but I have to go to work right now'.
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