"Can I practise Chinese with you?"
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I put that too, but on looking at the correct answer I think the answer to your question is probably no. This is because the "with you" refers to the verb for "practise" 练习, not to the modal verb "can" 练习 which only refers to "I" 我. So the adverbial phrase still precedes the verb it qualifies in the correct answer even though it follows the modal verb.