This was presented to me thrice, back-to-back in three different ways. I wonder how effective of a learning method it will prove to be.
Él puede construir una casa de LEGO
Repetitiveness works wonders when learning.
Fun fact, the English word "construct" shares the same root as this Spanish word. Both the words "construct" and "construir" come from the Latin word "construere," which also meant "to build."
and then he can LIVE IN IT.
QUIERES CONSTRUIR UN MONIGOTE DE NIEVE? NO TIENE QUE SER UN MONTIGOTE DE NIEVE!
It doesn't have quite the same ring to it...
I know that by "MONIGOTE" you mean snowman, but it is actually "muneco de nieve".
¿Puede construirlo? Sí, ¡él puede!