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You can (plural, formal) in French 🇫🇷

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you can (plural, formal) vous pouvez
How to say “you can (plural, formal)” in French? “Vous pouvez”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “vous pouvez” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on you can (plural, formal) in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “You can (plural, formal)”

French sentence with “vous pouvez” English translation for vous pouvez S

Pouvez-vous répéter ça s’il vous plaît?

Could you repeat that please? (formal)

Pouvez-vous m’appeler un taxi?

Can you call me a taxi? (formal)

vous pouvez passer du temps avec moi.

You can spend time with me. (formal)

Pouvez-vous venir chez moi pour rendre visite à ma famille?

Can you come to my house to visit my family? (formal)

vous pouvez voir plus.

You can see more. (formal)

Pouvez-vous le connecter?

Can you connect it? (formal)

vous pouvez réaliser tout ce que vous voulez

You can achieve anything you want to. (formal)

vous pouvez faire plus de cent exercices d’abdos

You can do more than one hundred situps

Vous ne pouvez pas vous embrasser en public

You can not kiss in public.

Pouvez-vous le faire savoir?

Can you let him know?

Pouvez-vous le faire aujourd’hui?

Can you make it today?

Vous ne pouvez pas l’obtenir ici.

You can’t get it here.

Pouvez-vous nous l’envoyer cette semaine?

Can you send it to us this week?

Pouvez-vous imaginer que nous aurions voyagé à Paris?

Can you imagine we would have traveled to Paris?

Pouvez-vous lui prêter de l’argent, Gabriela?

Can you loan her money, Gabriela?

Pouvez-vous leurs acheter des bonbons?

Can you buy them candy?

Pouvez-vous vous en occuper pour moi?

Can you take care of it for me?

Pouvez-vous aussi me le prêter?

Can you lend it to me also?

Peut-être que vous pouvez les envoyer à eux?

Maybe you can send them to them?

vous pouvez le manger en entier sans fourchette.

You can eat it all without a fork. (formal)

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Tips to remember “vous pouvez”:
– Relate “pouvez” to the English word “power,” as “pouvoir” (the infinitive form of “pouvez”) means “to be able to” or “can,” which is related to having the power or ability to do something.
– Remember that “vous” is both the formal “you” for singular and the polite and plural form of “you”.

– “Vous pouvez” is the formal or plural “you can” in French. It’s from the verb “pouvoir”.
– “Vous” addresses either a group or a single individual formally.
– “Pouvez” is the second person plural (or the formal ‘you’) indicative present conjugation of “pouvoir”.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Tu peux” (informal singular “you can”)
– “Nous pouvons” (plural “we can”)
– “Ils/elles peuvent” (plural “they can” for masculine/feminine groups)

Different conjugations of “pouvoir”:
– Infinitive: pouvoir (to be able to/can)
– Present: je peux, tu peux, il/elle/on peut, nous pouvons, vous pouvez, ils/elles peuvent
– Past (Passé Composé): j’ai pu, tu as pu, il/elle/on a pu, nous avons pu, vous avez pu, ils/elles ont pu
– Imperfect: je pouvais, tu pouvais, il/elle/on pouvait, nous pouvions, vous pouviez, ils/elles pouvaient
– Future: je pourrai, tu pourras, il/elle/on pourra, nous pourrons, vous pourrez, ils/elles pourront
– Conditional: je pourrais, tu pourrais, il/elle/on pourrait, nous pourrions, vous pourriez, ils/elles pourraient
– Subjunctive: que je puisse, que tu puisses, qu’il/elle/on puisse, que nous puissions, que vous puissiez, qu’ils/elles puissent
– Imperative: (tu) peux, (nous) pouvons, (vous) pouvez

Examples of sentences:
– “Vous pouvez entrer.” – You may enter.
– “Vous pouvez me passer le sel?” – Could you pass me the salt?
– “Vous pouvez prendre un rendez-vous pour demain.” – You can make an appointment for tomorrow.
– “Quand vous pouvez, appelez-moi.” – When you can, call me.

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