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is able to and is being able to
Could someone please help me. What is the differenct between 'is able to' and is being able to'? Thank you. Erica
Re: is able to and is being able to
I'm not sure if I can use Italian in the forum, but "is able to" is close to "è capace di". "being able to" is close to "essere capace di"
Originally Posted by Erica Fisher