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«Je sais le faire» means

CharmondC1Kwiziq community member

«Je sais le faire» means

In the test the correct answer is "I can do it". Based on my current knowledge, it literally means "I know how to do it"

Is this just a case of creative license in translation?

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ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Yes. You would say Je sais le faire in situations when, in English, you'd say "I can do it."

MattB2Kwiziq community member

This may be true in Belgium, but “I can do it” translates more accurately to “Je peux le faire” right?

«Je sais le faire» means

In the test the correct answer is "I can do it". Based on my current knowledge, it literally means "I know how to do it"

Is this just a case of creative license in translation?

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