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You can in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

Spanish Sentences with the Word “You can”

Spanish sentence with “tú puedes” English translation for tú puedes S

Puedes repetirlo por favor?

Can you repeat it please?

¿Puedes llamar a la policía?

Can you call the police?

Puedes venir conmigo si quieres.

you can come with me if you want.

¿Puedes llamarme un taxi?

Can you call me a taxi.

Puedes pasar tiempo conmigo.

you can pass (spend) time with me.

¿tú puedes venir a mi casa a visitar a mi familia?

you can come to my house to visit my family?

Puedes ver más,

you can see more,

¿Puedes conectarla?

Can you connect it?

¿La puedes buscar?

Can you look for her?

¿Puedes buscarla?

Can you look for her?

¿Puedes darmelo?

Can you give it to me?

Puedes lograr todo lo que quieras

you can achieve everything you want to

Puedes hacer más de cien abdominales

you can do more than one hundred situps

¿Puedes avisarle?

Can you let him know?

¿Puedes hacerla hoy?

Can you make it today?

No lo puedes conseguir aquí.

you can‘t get it here.

¿Nos la puedes enviar esta semana?

Can you send it to us this week?

¿Me lo puedes repetir?

Can you repeat it for me?

¿Puedes prestarle dinero a Gabriela?

Can you loan her money (Gabriela)?

¿Puedes comprarles dulces?

Can you buy them candy?

¿Puedes cuidarlo por mi?

Can you take care of it for me?

¿Me lo puedes prestar también?

Can you lend it to me also?

¿Quizá puedes enviárselos?

Maybe you can send them to them?

Te lo puedes comer todo sin tenedor.

you can eat it all without a fork.

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Pronunciation

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tú puedes info.

To remember the word “puedes” (second person singular of “poder” in the present tense):

1. Connect “puedes” with the English “can,” thinking of the “p” for “possible,” which indicates ability.
2. Remember the phrase “Yes, you can!” which translates to “¡Sí, tú puedes!” to evoke a feeling of encouragement and capability.
3. “Puedes” sounds like “pods,” as in “You’re in your own pod of possibilities.”

Other words that mean the same thing or are related:
– “Eres capaz” (You are capable)
– “Estás en la capacidad” (You are in the capacity)
– “Tienes la habilidad” (You have the ability)

“Puedes” comes from the verb “poder,” which is an irregular verb. Here are the different conjugations for the singular second person (tú):

– Infinitive: poder (to be able to/can)
– Present: puedes (you can)
– Preterite (simple past): pudiste (you could/were able to)
– Imperfect: podías (you could/were able to)
– Future: podrás (you will be able to/can)
– Conditional: podrías (you could)
– Present Subjunctive: puedas (it’s necessary that you can)
– Imperfect Subjunctive: pudieras/pudieses (if you could)
– Future Subjunctive (rarely used): pudieres (in the event that you might be able to)
– Imperative: ¡puede! (you, informal command)

Examples of sentences that use “puedes”:
РPresent: T̼ puedes hacerlo. (You can do it.)
РPreterite: Ayer t̼ pudiste terminar el trabajo a tiempo. (Yesterday you were able to finish the work on time.)
– Imperfect: Cuando eras niño, tú podías jugar todo el día. (When you were a child, you could play all day.)
– Future: Mañana tú podrás ver los resultados. (Tomorrow you will be able to see the results.)
– Conditional: Tú podrías viajar si tuvieras más tiempo libre. (You could travel if you had more free time.)
РPresent Subjunctive: Espero que t̼ puedas venir a la fiesta. (I hope that you can come to the party.)
– Imperfect Subjunctive: Sería genial si tú pudieras/pudieses acompañarme. (It would be great if you could join me.)
– Imperative: ¡Puede ser más considerado! (Be more considerate!)

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