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How to say “he can” in French? “Il peut”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “il peut” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on he can in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “He can”

French sentence with “il peut” English translation for il peut S

Maria peut les voir.

Maria can see them

Jennifer peut acheter un gĂąteau pour son fils.

Jennifer can buy a cake for her son

Peut-ĂȘtre ce dont vous avez besoin est…

Maybe what you need is… (formal)

Peut-ĂȘtre que Lucia ne l’a pas achetĂ©

Maybe Lucia had not bought it

Peut-ĂȘtre que nous pourrions visiter jorge

Maybe we could have visited Jorge

Peut-ĂȘtre que nous avions trop bu

Maybe we had drunk a lot

Peut-ĂȘtre que c’est la personne

Maybe that is the person

Peut-ĂȘtre qu’elle est bouleversĂ©e.

Maybe she’s upset.

Peut-ĂȘtre que thomas peut voyager demain.

Maybe Thomas can travel tomorrow.

Ils devront peut-ĂȘtre le rĂ©parer aujourd’hui.

They may have to fix it today.

Elle ne peut pas le mettre ce soir.

She can’t put it on tonight.

Peut-ĂȘtre que nous aurions parlĂ©.

Maybe we would have talked.

Peut-ĂȘtre qu’elle vous croit.

Maybe she believes you.

Peut-ĂȘtre que vous avez trouvĂ©, un bon ami.

Maybe you have found a good friend.

Peut-ĂȘtre que nous avons perdu les clĂ©s.

We may have lost the keys.

Peut-ĂȘtre qu’ils ont ouvert.

Maybe they have opened.

Peut-ĂȘtre que ce n’Ă©tait pas son jour.

This may not have been a good day for him.

Peut-ĂȘtre que nous n’avions pas travaillĂ© beaucoup, aujourd’hui.

We may not have worked much today.

Peut-ĂȘtre que vous n’avez pas pris la meilleure dĂ©cision.

You may not have made the best decision.

Peut-ĂȘtre que thomas n’est pas parti, Ă  la fĂȘte.

Maybe thomas didn’t go to the party.

Peut-ĂȘtre que cela fonctionnerait si vous le disiez plus fort.

Maybe it would work if you spoke louder.

Peut-ĂȘtre que la banque rĂ©soudra le problĂšme.

Maybe the bank would fix the problem.

Peut-ĂȘtre que le gouvernement ne voulait pas qu’on sache la vĂ©ritĂ©.

Maybe the government didn’t want us to know the truth.

Peut-ĂȘtre que vous ne seriez pas arrivĂ© Ă  temps.

Maybe you would not have arrived in time.

Je ne vous aurais peut-ĂȘtre pas reconnu.

I might not have met you.

Peut-ĂȘtre que nous allons le lui ramener demain.

Maybe we will take it to him tomorrow.

Peut-ĂȘtre que vous pouvez les envoyer Ă  eux?

Maybe you can send them to them?

Il n’est pas nĂ©cessaire de le lui dire, cela peut rester entre nous.

It isn’t necessary to tell her, it can stay between us.

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Tips to remember the French word “peut”:
– Associate “peut” with “can” by recognizing the similar ‘p’ and ‘t’ sounds at the start and end of both words.
– Visualize a sentence that links both meanings, such as “He **peut** (can) paint well.”

– “Il peut” means “he can” in English, referring to a man’s or a boy’s ability to do something.
– It is derived from the infinitive “pouvoir,” which means “to be able to.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Elle peut” for “she can” when referring to a woman or a girl.
– “Ils peuvent” or “Elles peuvent” for “they can,” depending on the gender of the group.

Different conjugations of “pouvoir”:
– Infinitive: pouvoir (to be able to)
– Present: je peux (I can), tu peux (you can), il/elle/on peut (he/she/it can), nous pouvons (we can), vous pouvez (you can, formal/plural), ils/elles peuvent (they can)
– Imperfect: je pouvais (I could), tu pouvais, il/elle/on pouvait, nous pouvions, vous pouviez, ils/elles pouvaient
– Future: je pourrai (I will be able to), tu pourras, il/elle/on pourra, nous pourrons, vous pourrez, ils/elles pourront
– Conditional: je pourrais (I could), tu pourrais, il/elle/on pourrait, nous pourrions, vous pourriez, ils/elles pourraient
– Subjunctive: que je puisse (that I can), que tu puisses, qu’il/elle/on puisse, que nous puissions, que vous puissiez, qu’ils/elles puissent
– Past historic: je pus, tu pus, il/elle/on put, nous pĂ»mes, vous pĂ»tes, ils/elles purent
– Past participle: pu (been able to)

Examples of sentences that use “peut”:
– Il peut nager trĂšs vite. (He can swim very fast.)
– Il peut parler quatre langues. (He can speak four languages.)
– Pensez-vous qu’il peut rĂ©ussir? (Do you think he can succeed?)
– Il peut choisir le film que nous allons regarder. (He can choose the movie we are going to watch.)
– Il peut avoir raison, mais nous devons vĂ©rifier. (He may be right, but we must check.)

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