Whats wrong with no ellos pueden
That's more like "No, they can." As in, refuting the statement "They can't."
I think "No pueden" should be sufficient for this sentance.
But they are asking for 2 "no"s. The one at the beginning of the sentence, and the over that's part of the word "cannot".
Shouldn't this be 'No! No puedan!' It seems like an imperative phrase to me.
Imperatives are aimed directly at people (second person)
prycopin- We are in present tense in this lesson, not imperative.
They cannot is expressing an opinion or a fact.
i dont even know what you by an imperative phrase... where should i go?
Imperative verbs command or instruct a person to do some action.
The verb, poder, is a statement of the subject's ability to do some action, not a command to do it.
In reverso.net, you'll have all the verbs that you need
can not Vosotros be used?
"Vosotros" is the plural of tú and has its own unique conjugation. It's the formal usted/ustedes that conjugate in the third person.
how can I answer this sentence?
I put 'no, no pueden' - and it was marked as correct by DL.