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Italians in a way, are more descriptive in their word choices than English speakers. In Italian, we often have many words that describe something that in English, uses only one word. The Italian Verb POTERE can mean CAN in Italian. But, you do not use it in the same way as you would the word CAN in English. Watch this video for a simplified explanation of not only the word POTERE, but also many other Italian verbs! You can refer to this free online video to improve your Italian language skills and start practicing your pronunciation and speaking Italian outloud!
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