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    Unhappy 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

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    Re: is able to and is being able to

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

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