Translation:No, you cannot.
I can not do what? D:
so puedes can mean can OR cant?
The first "no" is a generalized negation. The second "no" negates the "puedes." It's just like the difference between "He can't" and "No, he can't."
Yes it can.
Why is it "I am not able", not "I am not able to" ?
Because the "to" would come from the following verb infinitive. For example "No puedo comer" = "I am not able" + "to eat".
why cant it be no, do not
Because "no puede" means "you can not".
How do I know if it is she, he, or it?
Context. Duo is giving us sentences out of context, but we don't normally talk like that, just one sentence floating alone in space.
without context, in spanish, always write he or it. But in this one, where it has the conjugation of tú, it's you.
Obama 2016 catch phrase lol
Can you speak Spanish? No, you cannot.
i put in cant but it said i got it wrong and instead of the cant i needed to put in cannot. rrrrrrrrgh.
You are so discouraging...
Thats a discourage