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I shall keep him on if he is suitable for the job, " she said, reclaiming her pride.
I read the sentence above in the American Corpus and was wondering if we can use all the four adjectives in this sentence 'He is suited/ suitable/ fit/ fitting for the job'. And what are the differences between them?
Many many thanks in advance.
I'm still confused about the difference of these words. I found the following sentences from LONGMAN DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN ENGLISH:
He'd be well suited to the job.
The job is ideally suited to Amy’scircumstances.
and from LONGMAN DICTIONARY OF COMMON ERRORS:
I didn't feel suited (NOT: suitable) to a career in medicine.
and from Heritage:
Specialized training fitted her for the job.
Could anyone be so kind as to give me further explanations for the usage?
Many thanks in advance.