Adjective : गुणवान, चतुर, तगड़ा, दक्ष, निपुण, प्रतिभाशाली, प्रवीण, योग्य, सक्षम, समर्थ, हृष्ट-पुष्ट, प्रतिभासंपन्न
Example Sentences :
I was able to answer the question.
I was able to get my parents to consent to my marriage.
We were able to see the sunset from our window.
I am not sure whether I will be able to come with you.
We were finally able to settle the matter.
Turn off the lamp. I won’t be able to sleep.
I’m afraid I won’t be able to take part in the meeting tonight.
Is the baby able to walk?
He is a very able teacher.
I hope he’ll be able to come! I’d like to see him.
The witnesses were able to refute the false testimony of the suspect.
I wasn’t able to believe him at first.
He is able to speak ten languages.
She is able to answer your question.
You’ll be able to see the difference very easily.
You’ll be able to take many pictures with your new camera.
I’m very busy so probably I won’t be able to come tomorrow.
He wasn’t able to move those books.
He asked her a few questions that she wasn’t able to answer.
He was down with fever and therefore he was not able to attend school.
I shall never be able to see him again.
He may be able to come tomorrow.
He is not able to know the truth.
He was not able to do what he wanted.
He might be able to help you.
He hasn’t been able to get in touch with her yet.
I think he won’t be able to catch up with her.
I’m beginning to believe that we’ll never be able to convince him that he’s wrong.
But soon he would not be able to walk.
I will be able to marry her.