good at communication vs good at communicating
I want to tell the employer that:
I have good communication and problem solving skills.
Question1: Would one should I say?
1) I am good at communicating and problem solving.
2) I am good at communication and problem solving.
Question2: Any difference between 1) and 2)?
Question3: Which one can convey the idea that i have communication and problem solving skills?
Last edited by uktous; 07-Jan-2010 at 18:59.
Re: good at communication vs good at communicating
Number one sounds better to me. But perhaps there is a different word than communicating. It needs a little explaining, it seems to me.
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