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

Russian Sentences with the Word “You can”

Russian sentence with “Ты можешь” English translation for Ты можешь S

Можешь мне помочь, пожалуйста?

Could you help me, please?

Ты можешь проводить со мной время.

you can pass(spend) time with me.

Ты можешь прийти ко мне домой, чтобы увидеть мою семью?

Can you come to my house to visit my family?

Здесь ты можешь заработать больше денег.

Here you can make more money.

Ты можешь пойти без меня.

you can go without me.

Можешь открыть окно?

Can you open the window?

Ты можешь это объяснить?

Can you explain this?

Можешь принести мне это?

Can you bring me that?

Ты можешь принести им еду?

Can you bring them food?

Ты можешь угадать мой возраст?

Can you guess my age?

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Ты можешь info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Ты" (Ty) sounds like the English pronoun "You".
– "Можешь" (Mozhesh') contains “мож-” which can sound like "mosh-", similar to "mosh pit" in music culture.

Explanations:
– "Ты можешь" (Ty mozhesh') means "You can" in English.
– "Ты" (Ty) is the informal singular form of "you".
– "Можешь" (Mozhesh') is derived from the verb "мочь" (moch'), which means "to be able to".

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Ты в состоянии (Ty v sostoyanii) – You are capable.
– Тебе по силам (Tebe po silam) – It is within your powers.

Conjugations:
– Infinitive: мочь (moch’) – to be able to
– 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 (formal/plural) can
– Они могут (Oni mogut) – They can

– Past Tense:
– Я мог/могла (Ya mog/mogla) – I could (male/female)
– Ты мог/могла (Ty mog/mogla) – You could (male/female)
– Он мог / Она могла / Оно могло (On mog / Ona mogla / Ono moglo) – He could / She could / It could
– Мы могли (My mogli) – We could
– Вы могли (Vy mogli) – You (formal/plural) could
– Они могли (Oni mogli) – They could

– Future Tense:
– Я смогу (Ya smogu) – I will be able to
– Ты сможешь (Ty smožesh') – You will be able to
– Он/она/оно сможет (On/ona/ono smožhet) – He/She/It will be able to
– Мы сможем (My smozhem) – We will be able to
– Вы сможете (Vy smožete) – You (formal/plural) will be able to
– Они смогут (Oni smogut) – They will be able to

Examples of sentences using "Ты можешь" (Ty mozhesh'):
– Ты можешь помочь мне? (Ty mozhesh' pomoch' mne?) – Can you help me?
– Ты можешь прочитать это? (Ty mozhesh' prochitat' eto?) – Can you read this?
– Ты можешь прийти завтра? (Ty mozhesh' prijti zavtra?) – Can you come tomorrow?

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Ты можешь info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– The word "мочь" (moch') is related to the English word "might" which implies a capability, much like "can."
– "Ты можешь" (Ty mozhezh) can be remembered by associating "ты" (ty) with "you" and "можешь" (mozhezh) with "which," suggesting you have the ability to do something.

Explanations:
– "Ты можешь" uses the verb "мочь" (to be able to) in the present tense, second person singular form "можешь" (you can).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Можешь (mozhezh) can be replaced with the verbs:
– "Уметь" (umet') in some contexts, meaning "to know how to."

Conjugations of мочь (to be able to):
Infinitive: мочь (moch')
Present:
– Я могу (Ya mogu) – I can
– Ты можешь (Ty mozhezh) – 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 can (formal/plural)
– Они могут (Oni mogut) – They can

Past:
– Я мог/могла (Ya mog/mogla) – I could
– Ты мог/могла (Ty mog/mogla) – You could
– Он мог (On mog) – He could
– Она могла (Ona mogla) – She could
– Оно могло (Ono moglo) – It could
– Мы могли (My mogli) – We could
– Вы могли (Vy mogli) – You could (formal/plural)
– Они могли (Oni mogli) – They could

Future:
– Я буду мочь (Ya budu moch') – I will be able to
– Ты будешь мочь (Ty budesh' moch') – You will be able to
– Он/она/оно будет мочь (On/ona/ono budet moch') – He/she/it will be able to
– Мы будем мочь (My budem moch') – We will be able to
– Вы будете мочь (Vy budete moch') – You will be able to (formal/plural)
– Они будут мочь (Oni budut moch') – They will be able to

Examples of sentences:
– Ты можешь помочь мне? (Ty mozhezh pomoch' mne?) – Can you help me?
– Ты можешь говорить по-английски? (Ty mozhezh govorit' po-angliyski?) – Can you speak English?
– Ты можешь прийти завтра? (Ty mozhezh prijti zavtra?) – Can you come tomorrow?

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Ты можешь info.

Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
You can remember "Ты можешь" by breaking it down into "Ты" (ty), which means "you" for informal use, and "можешь" (mozhe-sh), which derives from the verb "мочь" meaning "to be able to".

Explanations:
– "Ты можешь" is the informal way of saying "You can" or "You are able to".
– It is used when addressing friends, family, or someone younger.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– Вы можете (Vy mozhete): This is the formal or plural version of "You can".

Conjugations of "мочь" (mochʹ):
Infinitive: мочь
Present:
– я могу (ya mogu) – I can
– ты можешь (ty mozhe-sh) – 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:
– 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
– оно могло (ono moglo) – It could
– мы могли (my mogli) – We could
– вы могли (vy mogli) – You could (formal/plural)
– они могли (oni mogli) – They could
Future:
– я смогу (ya smogu) – I will be able to
– ты сможешь (ty smozhe-sh) – 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 smozhete) – You will be able to (formal/plural)
– они смогут (oni smogut) – They will be able to

Examples of Sentences Using "Ты можешь":
– Ты можешь идти домой. (Ty mozhe-sh idti domoy.) – You can go home.
– Ты можешь помочь мне? (Ty mozhe-sh pomoch mne?) – Can you help me?
– Ты можешь сделать это! (Ty mozhe-sh sdelat' eto!) – You can do it!
– Если ты хочешь, ты можешь взять это. (Yesli ty khochesh, ty mozhe-sh vzyat' eto.) – If you want, you can take it.

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Ты можешь info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Ты можешь" can be remembered by associating "ты" with "thou" or "you" and "можешь" with "mozhay" which sounds like "moe zhay," suggesting ability or capability in English.

Explanations:
– "Ты можешь" means "You can" (informal).
– It is used to indicate that someone has the ability to do something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Можешь (Mozhesh) – You can (informal, shorthand)
– Ты способен (Ty sposen) – You are able (informal)
– Ты в состоянии (Ty v sostoyanii) – You are in a state to (informal)

Conjugations (for the verb мочь – to be able):
– Infinitive: мочь (moch')
– Present Tense:
– Я могу (Ya mogu) – I can
– Ты можешь (Ty mozesh') – 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 can (formal or plural)
– Они могут (Oni mogut) – They can
– Past Tense:
– Я мог/могла (Ya mog/mogla) – I could (male/female)
– Ты мог/могла (Ty mog/mogla) – You could (male/female)
– Он/она/оно мог/могла/могло (On/ona/ono mog/mogla/moglo) – He/she/it could
– Мы могли (My mogli) – We could
– Вы могли (Vy mogli) – You could (formal or plural)
– Они могли (Oni mogli) – They could
– Future Tense:
– Я смогу (Ya smogu) – I will be able
– Ты сможешь (Ty smozhesh') – You will be able
– Он/она/оно сможет (On/ona/ono smozhet) – He/she/it will be able
– Мы сможем (My smozhem) – We will be able
– Вы сможете (Vy smožete) – You will be able (formal or plural)
– Они смогут (Oni smogut) – They will be able

Examples of sentences:
– Ты можешь помочь мне? (Ty mozhesh' pomoch' mne?) – Can you help me?
– Ты можешь приехать завтра? (Ty mozhesh' priyekhat' zavtra?) – Can you come tomorrow?
– Ты можешь сделать это задание? (Ty mozhesh' sdelat' eto zadanie?) – Can you do this task?

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