a) to cope (with something)
= to deal with something = to handle something = to manage (to do) something
b) can = be able to (physical ability)
We conjugate the verb ‘be’; ‘able to’ remains the same (I am able to / you are able to / he is able to…)
Therapist / Nurse / Doctor:
c) be willing to = to want or to be prepared to do something
SPEAKING. EXERCISE I
Practice repeating ALOUD each example sentence in the lesson above. Focus on the common collocations, RUNNING THEM TOGETHER until they flow as ONE EXPRESSION. The collocations are underlined.