Pouvoir is a regular -ir verb conjugated in the second person singular in the affirmative. To say “you can” or “you may”, use the affirmative form pouvez.
How To Conjugate Pouvoir
The verb ‘pouvoir’ is irregular and has a variety of conjugations. The most basic conjugation is as follows: Je peux Nous pouvons Tu peux Vous pouvez Il/elle/on peut Ils/elles peuvent
To conjugate “pouvoir” in the present tense, you will need to know the subject pronoun and verb endings. For example, “I can” is “Je peux”, “you can” is “Tu peux”, “he can” is “Il peut”, etc.
- To the stem and then add the appropriate ending. for example, je pouve, tu pouves, il/elle/on p
- to conjugate pouvoir in the present tense, add
-To conjugate pouvoir in the present tense, you will need to add ‘s’ to the end of the verb. For example, “I can” becomes “I can.” -To conjugate pouvoir in the future tense, you will need to add ‘ra’ to the end of the verb. For example, “I will be able to” becomes “I will be able to.” -To conjugate pouv
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do You Conjugate Pouvoir In The Conditional?
The conditional tense of the verb pouvoir is puisses.
What Is The Vous Form Of Pouvoir?
The vous form of pouvoir is “pouvez”.
How Do You Conjugate Pouvoir In The Subjunctive?
To conjugate “Pouvoir” in the subjunctive, one would use the following formula: “Je/Tu/Il/Elle/Nous/Vous/Ils/Elles puisse”.
In The End
To conjugate pouvoir in the present tense, use the following ending: -s. For example, “Je peux” means “I can.”