Sport to swim I can swim. to ride a bicycle You can ride a bicycle. to ride He is good at horse riding. to ski She is good at skiing. the long jump He can jump a long distance. the high jump She can jump high. to run We can run fast. to play tennis You can play tennis. karate They can do karate. Music the guitar I can play the guitar. the violin You are good at playing the violin. the trumpet He’s great at playing the trumpet. the piano She can play the piano beautifully. the saxophone He can play the saxophone. the drum kit She can play the drums. the drum We can drum loudly. to sing You can sing beautifully. to dance They can dance really well. Questions Can you dance? Yes, I like dancing. Can you sing? No, I can’t sing very well. Can he play the guitar? Yes, he can play the guitar. He plays really well. Can she play the piano? No, she can’t do that. She prefers to play the drums. Can you play tennis? Yes, I like playing tennis. Can you play football? Yes, of course we can play football. Can you do karate? No, we can’t do karate. Can they ski? Yes, they are good at skiing. Can they ice-skate? No, they can’t do that. They prefer sledging. The Past Tense I didn’t use to be able to swim. Now I can swim. You didn’t use to be able to ride a bicycle. Now you can ride a bicycle. He used to be able to do a handstand. Now he can’t do that anymore. She used to be able to do the splits. Now she can’t do that anymore. My grandmother was good at tennis. My grandfather could play the saxophone really well. We couldn’t play tennis for eight weeks. You couldn’t play the piano for eight weeks. They have always been good at football.