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I've always been a bit confused about the order of using 有能力 and I'm hoping someone can clarify. Do people say "有能力 do something" or "有 do something 的能力"?
For example, could I say "他没有能力写代码？”
Yes,both is correct.but I think 他不会写代码 is more naturally.
Both is correct. Yay!
Think "I'm ABLE to code." and "I HAVE THE ABILITY of coding."
Yes. So you can say:
Required, but never shown