Can you get pregnant during pre menopause?

Depends. During "pre-menopause" uterine shedding (period) as well as ovulation, or the release of an egg from the ovaries into the uterus is unpredictable. It is unlikely to be able to become pregnant but it is also more dangerous to the mother and baby as maternal age increases. Best advice is that if pregnancy is unwanted, then use condoms or some other form of pregnancy prevention.
Yes. If your ovaries are still producing eggs, you can get pregnant. Chances of pregnancy are lower the older a woman gets, but they're not zero until your ovaries stop making eggs. You can only be sure you've gone through menopause after 12 months without a period.