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He can in Russian 🇷🇺

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

Russian Sentences with the Word “He can”

Russian sentence with “он может” English translation for он может S

Он можетмыть посуду?

Can he wash the dishes?

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он может info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "он" sounds like "on" in English, imagining "he" being on top of something might help.
– "может" can be remembered by thinking of "mog" (a creature from the Final Fantasy series known for abilities) and adding "jet" (an image of moving quickly).

"Он может" translates to "he can" in English. "Может" is the third person singular form of the verb "мочь," which means "to be able to" or "can."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Сможет" (smozhet) – Future tense, "he will be able to."
– "Способен" (sposoben) – More formal, meaning "he is capable."

Infinitive: мочь (moch')
– Past: мог (mog – he could), могла (mogla – she could), могли (mogli – they could)
– Present: могу (mogu – I can), можешь (mozhesh' – you can), может (mozhet – he/she/it can), можем (mozghem – we can), можете (mozhghete – you all can), могут (mogut – they can)
– Future: смогу (smogu – I will be able), сможешь (smozhesh' – you will be able), сможет (smozhet – he/she/it will be able), сможем (smozhghem – we will be able), сможете (smozhghete – you all will be able), смогут (smogut – they will be able)

Examples of sentences:
– Он может говорить по-английски. (On mozhet govorit' po-angliyski.) – He can speak English.
– Она могла сделать это вчера. (Ona mogla sdelat' eto vchera.) – She could do it yesterday.
– Мы сможем поехать на отдых летом. (My smozhem poekhat' na otdykh letom.) – We will be able to go on vacation in the summer.

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он может info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "он может" sounds somewhat like "on mozhet". "Mozhet" might remind you of "mozzarella", as a mnemonic.

– "он может" means "he can". "Он" means "he", and "может" is the third person singular of the verb "мочь" which means "to be able to" or "can".

Other words that mean the same thing:
– спо́собен (sposoben) — capable
– уме́ет (umeet) — knows how to

– Infinitive: мочь (moch')
– Past: он мог (on mog), она могла (ona mogla), оно могло (ono moglo), они могли (oni mogli)
– Present: я могу (ya mogu), ты можешь (ty mozhes), он/она/оно может (on/ona/ono mozhet), мы можем (my mozhem), вы можете (vy mozhete), они могут (oni mogut)
– Future: я смогу (ya smogu), ты сможешь (ty smozhesh), он/она/оно сможет (on/ona/ono smozhet), мы сможем (my smozhem), вы сможете (vy smozhete), они смогут (oni smogut)

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Он может помочь. (On mozhet pomoch.) — He can help.
– В детстве он мог часами играть. (V detstve on mog chasami igrat.) — As a child, he could play for hours.
– Она может прийти завтра. (Ona mozhet priyti zavtra.) — She can come tomorrow.
– Мы не могли найти ключи. (My ne mogli nayti klyuchi.) — We couldn't find the keys.
– Они смогут закончить работу к пятнице. (Oni smogut zakonchit rabotu k pyatnitse.) — They will be able to finish the work by Friday.

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он может info.

– Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Он" sounds like "on" in English, which can help remember it means "he".
– "Может" sounds like "mo-zhet" or think of “mo” as in “more” and “zhet” could be remembered by “jet”; imagine a jet can go more places.

– Explanations:
– "Он" is the singular masculine pronoun meaning "he".
– "Может" is the third-person singular present tense of the verb мочь (to be able to).

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– В состоянии (v sostoyanii) – he is capable
– Способен (sposoben) – he is able

– Conjugations of мочь (to be able to):
– Infinitive: мочь (moch')
– Past tense: мог (mog) [masc.], могла (mogla) [fem.], могли (mogli) [pl.]
– Present tense:
– я могу (ya mogu) – I can
– ты можешь (ty mozhesh') – you can
– он/она/оно может (on/ona/ono mozhet) – he/she/it can
– мы можем (my mozhem) – we can
– вы можете (vy mozhete) – you all can
– они могут (oni mogut) – they can
– Future tense:
– я смогу (ya smogu) – I will be able to
– ты сможешь (ty smozhesh') – you will be able to
– он/она/оно сможет (on/ona/ono smozhet) – he/she/it will be able to
– мы сможем (my smozhem) – we will be able to
– вы сможете (vy smozhete) – you all will be able to
– они смогут (oni smogut) – they will be able to

– Examples of sentences that use он может:
– Он может работать допоздна. (On mozhet rabotat' dopozdna.) – He can work late.
– Он может играть на гитаре. (On mozhet igrat' na gitarye.) – He can play the guitar.
– Он может помочь тебе. (On mozhet pomoch' tebye.) – He can help you.

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он может info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Он" sounds like "own" in English, which might help you remember that it means "he."
– "Может" sounds somewhat like "mojure" (pronounced as "moyet") which can be associated with "mojo" to remember ability or power.

– "Он может" means "he can" or "he is able to" in English.
– "Может" is derived from the verb "мочь," which means "to be able to."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Способен" (sposoben) – capable

– Infinitive: мочь (moch')
– Past tense: мог (mog) for masculine, могла (mogla) for feminine, могло (moglo) for neuter, могли (mogli) for plural.
– Present tense: могу (mogu) – I can, можешь (mozesh') – you can (singular informal), может (mozhet) – he/she/it can, можем (mozhem) – we can, можете (mozhete) – you can (plural/formal), могут (mogut) – they can.
– Future tense: смогу (smogu) – I will be able to, сможешь (smozesh') – you will be able to (singular informal), сможет (smozhet) – he/she/it will be able to, сможем (smozhem) – we will be able to, сможете (smozhete) – you will be able to (plural/formal), смогут (smogut) – they will be able to.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Он может плавать. (On mozhet plavat') – He can swim.
– Вчера он мог играть на гитаре. (Vchera on mog igrat' na gitare) – Yesterday he could play the guitar.
– Завтра он сможет прийти. (Zavtra on smožet prijti) – Tomorrow he will be able to come.

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