Adjective : ਯੋਗ, ਲਾਇਕ, ਸਮਰੱਥ, ਕਾਬਲ, ਦੇ ਯੋਗ
Example Sentences :
He isn’t able to buy a car.
I was able to solve the question this morning.
I’m sure I’ll be able to find it.
No one has been able to reach the top of the mountain.
Someday we will be able to go on a voyage to Mars.
He was not able to pass the exam.
He was able to pass the examination.
Nobody but me was able to answer the question.
Now, I shall be able to do everything punctually.
You’ll be able to do it yourself when you are older.
Sometimes poor men are not able to repay these loans for the whole of their lives.
I shall not be able to do as you desire.
Consult some able doctor.
I shall be able to see you in a day or two.
She won’t be able to get the cinema tickets ?
If he studies it well he will be able to converse fluently in English in a matter of days.
Looking at such a changed situation I won’t be able to work in the present position.
This boy will not be able to get on in the 10th class.
I do not find myself to be able to do this work.
By taming the atom, we should be able to make a better world for everyone.
I am sure I shall be able to achieve my aim.
I won’t be able to meet him today.
We should be able to plan our activities in such a way that we are able to complete all of those in the given span of time.
As the parents are close to their children, they are able to understand one another better.
He has been able to explore the depths of the ocean.
They are not able to repay loans even after selling off their lands.
The students are not able to solve the problem.
That man is able to speak three or four languages.
You will now easily be able to isolate the odd ones out.
Of course, initially a lot of home work is needed to be done before we are able to undertake this exercise.