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Spanish Verb Poder
Can you get 10 out of 10?
This afternoon I can't go with you.
1.) Esta tarde ir contigo.
My brother can't go out this weekend because he is grounded.
2.) Mi hermano salir este fin de semana porque está castigado.
My friend can't talk without moving her hands.
3.) Mi amiga no hablar sin mover las manos.
Can you come with me to the shop?
4.) ¿ venir conmigo a la tienda?
You (all) can pack away now and go.
5.) Ya recoger y marcharos
My friend can write with her right hand and left hand.
6.) Mi amiga escribir con la mano derecha y con la izquierda.
This weekend we can go to the cinema.
7.) Este fin de semana ir al cine.
Alicia and Pablo cannot go to the party on Saturday.
8.) Alicia y Pablo ir a la fiesta del sábado.
Minors cannot watch this film.
9.) Los menores ver esta película.
Can I come in?
10.) ¿ pasar?

Poder = can, to be able to

Can be used to express a possibility / availability.
Eg:
Lo siento, no puedo asistir a la reunión esta tarde. (I am sorry, I cannot attend the meeting this afternoon).

Used to express permission.
Eg:
Ya puedes salir con tus amigos. (You can go out with your friends now).
¿Puedo ver la tele ya? (Can I watch TV now?).

"Poder" is used to ask for a favour or offer one.
Eg:
Creo que yo te puedo ayudar. (I think I can help you).
¿Me puedes ayudar con los deberes, por favor? (Can you help me with my homework, please?).

Used to talk about abilities.
Eg:
No puedo aguantar la respiración durante muchos segundos. (I cannot hold my breath for many seconds).

To form the negative of all Spanish verbs, you simply place the word "no" in front of the verb.
Eg:
Tengo = I have, No tengo = I do not have.

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