Une maison à vendre
How to get and give general information
On cherche une maison.
On va réfléchir.
On peut visiter ?
The French word on is far more widely used and informal than the English "one". Its most common translation is "we".
On is a pronoun and has the same verb endings as il and elle, so it is always singular, even when referring to "we": il peut, elle peut, on peut.
The phrase on peut is very common as it means 'you can', 'it is possible' when you are talking generally. The verb that follows "on peut" is in the infinitive. It's a very handy way to ask if you can do something: