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Is my sentence below correct ?
1. They are efficient to complete their tasks.
The adj is efficient, not effective which I wrote it wrongly in my previous thread.
Your guidance is highly appreaciated.
Last edited by kl004535; 24-Feb-2010 at 06:28.
'They are smart to bring another set of clothes.' This means that the fact they brought extra clothes shows they (are)(were) smart.
So in your sentence, the fact that they completed their tasks in the allotted time shows that they are efficient.
The meaning/emphasis is different than that in Raymott's sentence.