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  • The meaning of "Capability" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. @Ri-na "learning is not one-dimensional" Learning has many dimensions, many different parts, many sides... "does not display many other aspects of a student's capabilities." (Questions and answers) don't show everything students can do. Especially if there are no questions about penguins! 🐧

  • Example sentences using "Capability"

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    2. Ability: "She had an impressive ability to draw" "The ability to preform surgery is one acquired through many years of school and practice" "I do not have the ability to fly, I wish I did though!" Capacity: "The crowded train was filled to capacity" "The capacity of this restaurant is 97 people" "My bag does not have the capacity to fit that many clothes in it" Capability: "This car has the capability to get 35 miles per gallon in gas" "He was capable of making an 'A' on the test, he just didn't study enough" "My computer does not have the capability to skype because it does not have a webcam"

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    2. "Her learning capabilities are outstanding!" "Their capability to improving their relationship is high." "She may even have the capability to sing like Béyonce." "She wanted the capability to dance." "Our teacher isn't capable of teaching our class proper science."

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    2. - my communications capability is not that good. - my capability to understand french is limited.

  • Similar words to "Capability" and their differences

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    2. Hmm. Capability usually refers to potential. Ability usually refers to skill / talent. But their adjective forms, “capable” and “able” are interchangeable.

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    2. Synonymous. Competence the quality or state of being competent/ability. Example: Diego questioned his competence to finish the task without help. the quality or state of being capable/ability. Example: the nature of the tasks to which you are assigned will depend on your capabilities. Source: merriam dictionary.

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    2. capabilityはできること capacityはものの受ける大きさと人のできること This TV has a lot of different capabilities. What is the capability of this motorbike? The capacity of this elevator is 11 people. Humans have the capacity to do great good as well as great evil.

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    2. Everyone has the Ability to kill but not everyone has the Capability to murder. "I have the ability to write but I don't have the capability to write a novel" It is quite hard to explain and a lot of english speakers don't even know so they are usually used interchangeably. Ability - You have the skills or qualities Capability - You have the skills or qualities but not the (motivation, energy, focus, morals)

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    2. Hi. Overall, this essay is good. But I think we can still improve it. :) Every day we run into a wall (or if you want to say that there are a lot of obstacles, you can use the plural form "Every day we run into countless walls" either way is fine). When I encounter such wall, I tend to turn around, run away, or give up, instead of going through it. I mean, c'mon, it looks like life is full of never-ending problems, don't you think? It's like finding another hill just after climbing up the last one. Some people are very good at focusing on finding solutions. Some are not, just like me (or you could replace "just like me" into "and I am included in the latter"). Feelings and emotions are just like waves. One day your brain urges you to "use your capabilities and try to solve your problems." On some other day, it tells you "don't try too hard. Lay low for now." A professor of Philosophy once told our class that we haven't seen many things yet. He told us to figure out how to climb the tall mountain and reach the top. Once we accomplished that, we will see a breathtaking view we have never seen before and this view will change our life completely. If we give up on climbing and don't strive to go any higher, we will never see the panoramic view and will forever be the same. Sorry for mumbling some random stuff. I was just wondering my next move tonight. Hope this helps. :)

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    2. yes!

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    2. 4x4 is probably the most common term for a highly capable truck. If I customized a truck specifically for tough terrain, then it's an off road truck but still mechanically a 4x4.

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    2. Advances in weather prediction is very rapid. A 5-day forecast nowadays is as accurate as a 1-day forecast was in 1980. Why is it more and more precise for that since then? The latest report published in science suggests that there are 3 factors contributing to this progress. First of all, improved observations, particularly by remote-sensing satellites, presenting valuable global information several times a day, enabling us to obtain timely warnings and have enough time to evacuate affected areas when disasters are imminent. Secondly, thanks to faster, more powerful computers, scientists get sufficient computational capabilities to emulate awful weather conditions and thus, to be able to make a good anticipation of potential paths and scales that bad weather would in fact be bad. Finally, improved data science and enhanced machinery are learning to make data more fit into models to boost the precision rate they show. I think weather forecast will play a more vital role in protecting prosperity and welfare for us.

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    2. ‘To begin with, I do not agree with the reason and argue that college and university students prefer to make their own decisions than to follow directions.’ *This part is unnecessary, you repeat the exact same thing as your previous paragraph. You should delete this. The GRE writing test, like any other standardized test, is looking for concise writing that gets your message across. College students and university students have to abide by rigid rules in high school and thus must be tired of following directions rather than making their own decisions. *Commas are only used with two independent clauses. The previous sentence does not need one. Also there shouldn’t be an article in front of ‘high school’. Of course, supporters would argue that since students are accustomed to following directions, they are also be willing to follow the guidance of the university or college. However, even if some students prefer to follow direction, college and universities should allow them make their decision on their own as such a capability is really essential for them to live the world. * Everything in the past few sentences are very repetitive. Often there is a misconception that more words = better writing, but it’s not true! *Colleges and universities are analogous so you don’t need to keep saying both; just using one is fine! For instance, there is a well-known theory called the responsible mindset theory in sociology. This theory argues that responsibility can be raised by practicing decision making by individuals themselves and the capability of making a decision is important to succeed. *In formal writing you want to avoid intensifiers such as very and really! This is because no one can succeed and live their life successfully just by following guidance. Grounded the example (I’ve never heard this before? Would ‘Given this example’ be better?) I believe that students do not prefer to follow the directions and even if they prefer it, the university should have them make their decisions by themselves in order to raise their responsibility. *Again, this is repetitive. By providing the example of the theory, you are implying that you think the university should allow more freedom for students. This isn’t necessary until you’ve made all you points at the end.

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    2. 最後の段落は少しわからなかったのですが、前半は以下のようにすればどう思いますか。 (ちなみに、charisma trader = charismaを取引するトレーダー :-) The former charismatic trader Fujino started Hifumi mutual fund 15 years ago to support Japanese (small and medium-sized enterprises・SME’s). When he evaluates a potential target company for his investment, he pays particular attention to its corporate culture (=atmosphere), the (motivation・spirits) of its employees and character of top management, all of which cannot be easily judged (objectively・numerically). He visits each target company by himself and relies [primarily?] on his (instinct・gut) while assessing its potential. He's been very successful, especially after the Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy. However, now his mutual fund is gradually shifting to buying (shares in) giant companies like Amazon.

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