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You all can in Russian 🇷🇺


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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:

1. Associate "вы можете" with "you (plural or formal) can" in English. Think of "можете" as similar to "might" or "can."

2. Notice the root "мож-" which is present in both "мочь" (to be able to) and "можете" (you can).

3. Break it down: "вы" means "you" (plural/formal) and "можете" (pronounced mo-zhe-tye) comes from "мочь," the verb meaning "to be able to."

Explanations:
– "вы можете" is a conjugated form of the verb "мочь" (to be able to) in the present tense for the second person plural or formal singular (you all / you formal).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "вы способны" (vy sposobny) – you are capable (formal/plural)
– "вы в состоянии" (vy v sostoyanii) – you are in a position to (formal/plural)

Conjugations of "мочь":
Infinitive: мочь (moch') – to be able to

Present Tense:
– я могу (ya magú) – I can
– ты можешь (ty mózhesh') – you (singular, informal) can
– он/она/оно может (on/ona/ono mózhet) – he/she/it can
– мы можем (my mózhem) – we can
– вы можете (vy mózhete) – you (plural/formal) can
– они могут (oni mógut) – they can

Past Tense:
– я мог / я могла (ya mog / ya moglá) – I could (masc./fem.)
– ты мог / ты могла (ty mog / ty moglá) – you (singular, informal) could (masc./fem.)
– он мог (on mog) – he could
– она могла (ona moglá) – she could
– оно могло (ono mogló) – it could
– мы могли (my maglí) – we could
– вы могли (vy maglí) – you (plural/formal) could
– они могли (oni maglí) – they could

Future Tense:
– я смогу (ya smogú) – I will be able
– ты сможешь (ty smózhesh') – you (singular, informal) will be able
– он/она/оно сможет (on/ona/ono smózhet) – he/she/it will be able
– мы сможем (my smózhem) – we will be able
– вы сможете (vy smózhete) – you (plural/formal) will be able
– они смогут (oni smógut) – they will be able

Examples of sentences:
– Вы можете помочь мне? (Vy mózhete pomó'ch mne?) – Can you help me?
– Вы можете читать эту книгу. (Vy mózhete chitat' ètu knígu.) – You can read this book.
– Вы можете прийти завтра? (Vy mózhete priytí zavtra?) – Can you come tomorrow?
– Вы можете говорить по-английски? (Vy mózhete govorit' po-anglíyski?) – Can you speak English?

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– Tips to remember the Russian word:
"вы можете" sounds like "vwee mozh-ye-tye." To memorize it, you can break it down into "вы" (vwee) which is the formal or plural "you", and "можете" (mo-zhe-tye), which is derived from the verb "мочь" (mokh), meaning "to be able/can."

– Explanations:
"вы можете" is the second person plural or formal singular form of the verb "мочь," which means "to be able" or "can." So, "вы можете" translates to "you all can" or "you (formal) can."

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– "вы способны" (vy sposobny) – "you are capable"
– "вы имеете возможность" (vy imeete vozmozhnost) – "you have the ability/opportunity"

– Different conjugations:

Infinitive: мочь (moch')

Past tense:
– Я мог/могла (ya mog/mogla) – I could (male/female)
– Ты мог/могла (ty mog/mogla) – You could (male/female, informal)
– Он мог (on mog) – He could
– Она могла (ona mogla) – She could
– Мы могли (my mogli) – We could
– Вы могли (vy mogli) – You all/You (formal) could
– Они могли (oni mogli) – They could

Present tense:
– Я могу (ya mogu) – I can
– Ты можешь (ty mozhezh) – You can (informal)
– Он/Она может (on/ona mozhet) – He/She can
– Мы можем (my mozhem) – We can
– Вы можете (vy mozhete) – You all/You (formal) can
– Они могут (oni mogut) – They can

Future tense:
– Я смогу (ya smogu) – I will be able
– Ты сможешь (ty smozhesh) – You will be able (informal)
– Он/Она сможет (on/ona smozhet) – He/She will be able
– Мы сможем (my smozhem) – We will be able
– Вы сможете (vy smožete) – You all/You (formal) will be able
– Они смогут (oni smogut) – They will be able

– Examples of sentences that use the word "вы можете":

1. Вы можете помочь мне? (Vy mozhete pomoch' mne?) – Can you help me?
2. Вы можете прийти завтра. (Vy mozhete priyti zavtra.) – You all/You (formal) can come tomorrow.
3. Вы можете говорить по-английски? (Vy mozhete govorit' po-angliyski?) – Can you speak English?

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
To remember "вы можете," you could break it down phonetically: "вы" (vy) sounds like "vee," and "можете" (mozhete) can be broken down into "mo" (like "more") and "zhe" (like the French "je") and "te" (like "tea").

Explanations:
– "Вы можете" translates to "you can" in English and is used to indicate permission or ability.
– "Вы" is the formal or plural "you."
– "Можете" is the conjugated form of the verb "мочь" (to be able to) in the present tense for "вы."

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– "Ты можешь" (Ty mozhet) – Informal "you can."
– "Способны" (Sposobny) – Capable (plural/formal).

Conjugations of "мочь":
Infinitive: мочь (moch')
Present Tense:
– Я могу (ya mogu) – I can
– Ты можешь (ty mozhes) – You can (informal)
– Он/она/оно может (on/ona/ono mozhet) – He/she/it can
– Мы можем (my mozhem) – We can
– Вы можете (vy mozhete) – You can (formal/plural)
– Они могут (oni mogut) – They can

Past Tense:
– Я/ты/он мог (ya/ty/on mog) – I/you/he could
– Я/ты/она могла (ya/ty/ona mogla) – I/you/she could
– Оно могло (ono moglo) – It could
– Мы/вы/они могли (my/vy/oni mogli) – We/you (pl.)/they could

Future Tense:
– Я смогу (ya smogu) – I will be able to
– Ты сможешь (ty smozhesh) – You will be able to (informal)
– 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 smožete) – You will be able to (formal/plural)
– Они смогут (oni smogut) – They will be able to

Examples of Sentences:
– Вы можете мне помочь? (Vy mozhete mne pomoch?) – Can you help me?
– Вы можете прийти завтра. (Vy mozhete prijti zavtra.) – You can come tomorrow.
– Вы можете использовать этот компьютер. (Vy mozhete ispolzovat' etot kompyuter.) – You can use this computer.

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