Unfortunately, a shockingly large number of Chinese applicants also lie about their English abilities and academic transcripts.
The firm was above responding to criticism because there was nothing that could shake its clients' confidence in its abilities.
They are pressure cookers that often illuminate the character and abilities of even the most scripted candidates.
“When foreigners stay too long they become a reason for people to doubt their own abilities,” he writes.
You have to be very secure in your abilities to have Mickey Mouse as your mascot.
It was Dick's last ten-pound job; and it did credit to the youthful master's abilities as a workman-like maker of Claudes.
However, all used their needles to the best of their abilities.
Why could he not admit her abilities as readily as she herself admitted them?
It would be folly to waste their abilities simply because they are not human.
All the girls, and many of the boys, gathered around him, sympathizing with his triumph and complimenting him upon his abilities.
late 14c., from Old French ableté "expert at handling (something)," from Latin habilitatem (nominative habilitas) "aptitude," noun of quality from habilis "easy to manage, handy" (see able). One case where a Latin silent -h- failed to make a return in English (despite efforts of 16c.-17c. scholars); see H.