What is the conjugation for Pouvoir?

What is the conjugation for Pouvoir?

Pouvoir Conjugation in the Present Tense (le présent)

Je peux I can
Il/elle peut He/she/it can
Nous pouvons We can
Vous pouvez You can (formal/plural)
Ils/elles peuvent They can

What is the passe compose for Pouvoir?

‘pouvoir’ is the model of its conjugation….formes composées / compound tenses.

passé composé
il, elle, on a pu
nous avons pu
vous avez pu
ils, elles ont pu

What is the conditional of pouvoir?

Pouvoir in the Conditional In the conditional, pouvoir expresses a polite offer or request. Je pourrais vous y amener. I could take you.

What is Pouvoir in the subjunctive?

The verb pouvoir (to be able to) is conjugated in the subjunctive in the following manner. Je ne pense pas qu’ils puissent aller jusque-là I don’t think they can go that far! Note: In general, the subjunctive is used with verbs which express will or wanting, desire, emotion, obligation, doubt or uncertainty.

How do you do passé composé?

To form the passé composé of verbs using avoir, conjugate avoir in the present tense (j’ai, tu as, il a, nous avons, vous avez, ils ont) and add the past participle of the verb expressing the action. Put the words together this way: subject + helping verb (usually avoir) + past participle.

Is pouvoir regular?

Pouvoir is an irregular -ir verb.

How do you conjugate Pouvoir in the present tense?

Here is how to conjugate and use “pouvoir”….Conjugation of pouvoir (can)

Present Future Imperfect
Il/elle/on peut Il/elle/on pourra Il/elle/on pouvait
Nous pouvons Nous pourrons Nous pouvions
Vous pouvez Vous pourrez Vous pouviez
Ils/elles peuvent Ils/elles pourront Ils/elles pouvaient

What do the French call Great Britain?

Officially, it is known in French as le Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d’Irlande du Nord (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland). It is sometimes abbreviated in French as R. -U. (in English: UK).

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