Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Potete"

Beispielsätze die "Potete" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit Potete scrivere delle frasi con “ough to” e “oughtn’t” .
A: You can write sentences with "ough to" and "oughtn't".

I ought to revise my vocabulary if I want to improve my understanding.

You ought not behave badly if you hope to keep your friends.

Übersetzungen von "Potete"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? Potete controllare se avete camere libere?
Can you check if there are any free rooms ?
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? Potete consigliarmi?
A: could you give me some advice?

Andere Fragen zu "Potete"

Q: Potete farmi delle frasi con “for real”?
A: are you for real? are you serious?
it was not good, for real / it was not good, seriously.

You've asked about this phrase in English(UK) but this is not something typically said in British English, although we're well aware of it thanks to US films and TV shows.
Q: Potete aiutarmi a costruire un dialogo?
A: Michael: Hi, I am Michael what is your name.
Mary: Hi Michael My name is Mary. Are you a new student in the school?
Michael: Yes I am.
Mary: What school did you come from?
Michael: I came from Northwest Area Middle school.
Q: Potete dirmi se ho coniugato bene?

I've been felt in love with music since I was 9.

When my parents had gone to New York I was only 6 years old.

While I was talking to Clarissa, a strong noise came from the kitchen klingt das natürlich?
A: “I’ve been in love with music since I was 9” is better. No need for “felt”

“While I was talking to Clarissa, a loud noise came from the kitchen” is better. “Strong” is not the best word for a noise
Q: Potete pronunciare "together in our lives"?
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Potete spiegarmi uso corretto di do does did ? Quando utilizzarli ?
Example : do you can cook ? Or can you cook?
A: To form negatives or questions in English, you must use an auxiliary verb.

The only verb that does not need an auxiliary is "to be".

I am - I am not - Am I?
You are - You are not - Are you? etc

If the verb does not have an auxiliary, you use the verb "to do" and conjugate it accordingly. The man verb is in the infinitive:

I eat - I do not eat - Do I eat?
He eats - He does not eat - Does he eat?

I ate - I did not eat - Did I eat?
He ate - He did not eat - Did he eat?

In your example, the positive sentence would be "You can cook"

"can" is ALWAYS used as an auxiliary, so you do not use "do" in negatives or questions

You can cook - You cannot cook - Can you cook?

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