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He can in German 🇩🇪


in English in German S
he can er kann
How to say “he can” in German? “Er kann”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “er kann” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on he can in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

German Sentences with the Word “He can”

German sentence with “er kann” English translation for er kann S

Kannst du das bitte wiederholen?

Can you repeat it please?

Wo kann ich die Kleidung kaufen?

Where can I buy clothes?

Ich kann dich nicht hören.

I don’t hear you.

Kann ich mit Marco reden?

Can I speak with Marco?

Ich kann Eier kochen.

I can cook eggs.

Du kannst mit mir kommen, wenn du willst.

You can come with me if you want.

Kannst du mir ein Taxi anrufen?

Can you call a taxi for me.

Kannst du zu meinem Haus, kommen um meine Familie zu besuchen?

Can you come to my house to visit my family?

Wo kann ich Wasser kaufen?

Where can I buy water?

Maria kann sie sehen.

Maria can see them

Jennifer kann ihn einen Kuchen kaufen.

Jennifer can buy him a cake

Kann ich in deinem Haus bleiben?

Can I stay at your house?

Kannst du das verbinden?

Can you connect that?

Kannst du danach suchen?

Can you look for that?

Ich kann es dir leihen

I can lend it to you

Kann ich im Hause bleiben?

Can I stay in the house?

Ich fühle mich traurig, dass ich nicht kommen kann

I feel sad that I can’t come

Ich arbeite, damit ich reisen kann

I work so I can travel

Vielleicht kann Mark morgen reisen.

Maybe Mark can travel tomorrow.

Kann ich dir eine Frage stellen?

Can I ask you a question?

Ich kann ihn begleiten.

I can accompany him.

Ich kann es lösen, wann ich Musik aus der Stadt höre.

I can solve it when I hear music from the village.

Kannst du es heute tun?

Can you make it today?

Sie kann es heute Abend nicht anziehen.

She can’t put it on tonight.

Du hast recht, ich kann es dir nicht sagen.

You are right, I can’t tell it to you.

Kannst du das wiederholen?

Can you repeat it

Es ist wichtig, dass er teilnehmen kann.

It is important that he can participate.

Ich kann dir helfen, um zu packen.

I can help you pack.

Kannst du ihnen Süßigkeiten kaufen?

Can you buy them candy?

Kannst du dich für mich darum kümmern?

Can you take care of it for me?

Ich habe sie ihr gegeben, damit sie spielen kann.

I gave them to her to be able to play.

Ich kann nicht das Fenster öffnen und dass ist das problem.

I can’t open the window and that is the problem.

Wir wussten nicht, dass du das Klavier berühren kannst.

We didn’t know that you could play the piano.

Ich kann ihm morgen helfen.

I can help him tomorrow.

Vielleicht kannst du es denen schicken?

Maybe you can send it to them?

Es ist nicht notwendig, es ihr zu sagen, das kann unter uns sein.

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

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To remember “er kann,” note the similarity in the structure of “can” and “kann,” reflecting the cognate relationship between English and German – both are Germanic languages and thus share some linguistic roots. Remembering that “can” in English often conveys the ability to do something, “kann” serves the same purpose in German.

“Kann” is derived from the infinitive “können,” meaning “to be able to” or “can.” This is a modal verb in German, which is typically used to indicate ability, permission, possibility, or necessity.

Here are the conjugations of “können” in the present tense:
– ich kann (I can)
– du kannst (you can – singular informal)
– er kann (he can)
– sie kann (she can)
– es kann (it can)
– wir können (we can)
– ihr könnt (you all/you guys can – plural informal)
– sie können (they can)
– Sie können (you can – formal singular and plural)

For the past tense, “können” uses the auxiliary verb “haben” and a past participle “gekonnt” or “konnte” as the simple past:
– ich habe gekonnt (I could have)
– ich konnte (I could)
Similarly, for all other subjects, you’d use the appropriate form of “haben” and the past participle, or the simple past form.

For the future tense, “können” combines with the future tense of “werden” (to become):
– ich werde können (I will be able to)

Other words with similar meanings include “fähig sein,” which can be used to say that someone is capable of doing something.

Here are example sentences using different conjugations of “können”:
– “Ich kann schwimmen” (I can swim).
– “Kannst du mir helfen?” (Can you help me?)
– “Er konnte gestern nicht kommen” (He couldn’t come yesterday).
– “Wir werden bald besser Deutsch können” (We will be able to speak better German soon).

Remember, the conjugation changes depending on the subject, and for the perfect and simple past tenses, the verb “haben” is generally used as the auxiliary verb. “Können” is also irregular, so its forms need to be memorized rather than following a predictable pattern.

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