Je sais le faire

JimC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Je sais le faire

The translation according to the lesson is "I can do it" but surely to express "I can do it" is "Je peux le faire"?
Asked 2 years ago
AurélieKwiziq team member
Bonjour Jim ! "Je sais le faire." can also mean "I can do it" in the sense of "I know how to do it / I have that skill": "Je sais nager." = I can swim/I know how to swim -> here saying "Je peux nager" would mean you're able to do it then, or you're allowed to do it, not necessarily that you have that skill. I hope that's helful! À bientôt !
JimC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
Thanks Aurélie, That is much clearer now, I understand your point. Regards, Alan
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Je sais le faire

The translation according to the lesson is "I can do it" but surely to express "I can do it" is "Je peux le faire"?

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