How do you use Poder in a sentence?
Often used in combination with the preposition de, you can use poder to describe someone’s abilities. English: His powers of negotiation are very impressive. Español: Su poder de negociación es muy impresionante. English: Her powers of persuasion are unmatched.
How do you use poder in Spanish?
Although poder can be used alone, it most often is used an auxilary verb to mean “can” or “be able to.” As an auxiliary verb, poder is followed by an infinitive. The infinitive form, poder, can be used as a noun to refer to power or authority.
What is the Spanish verb for poder?
Spanish Verb poder: to be able is poder
|VERB CONJUGATION TABLE poder|
|Simple Tenses – Spanish Verb poder|
|Present Presente can, be able||puedo||puedes|
|Imperfect Imperfecto could, was able||podía||podías|
What is it sentence in Spanish?
1. “Sentence” in Spanish: la oración.
What is the tu form of poder?
Poder in the Present Tense
|Subject Pronoun||Present Tense of Poder||Meaning|
|tú||puedes||you are able to/can|
|él/ella/usted||puede||he/she is able to/can, you (formal) are able to/can|
|nosotros/as||podemos||we are able to/can|
|vosotros/as||podéis||you all (Spain) are able to/can|
What is the verb can in Spanish?
Poder = can, to be able (ability)
What is subjunctive used for in Spanish?
El presente de subjuntivo (Spanish present subjunctive) can be better defined as a grammatical mood rather than a proper tense and is used in Spanish to express personal opinions, unreal or hypothetical wishes, doubts, commands or feelings in the present or the future.
What are the 100 most common Spanish words?
The 100 Most Common Words in Spoken Spanish
|Rank||Word in Spanish||Meaning in English|
How do you say jail sentence in Spanish?
jail sentence n
pena de prisión loc nom f. sentencia de prisión loc nom f.
What are the basics of Spanish?
Basic Spanish Words
- Hola = Hello.
- Adiós = Goodbye.
- Por favor = Please.
- Gracias = Thank you.
- Lo siento = Sorry.
- Salud = Bless you (after someone sneezes)
- Sí = Yes.
- No = No.