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I would like to say that method A provides great flexibility for something. I wonder how to express my sentence correctly?

Method A provides great flexibility for learning English

Method A leads to great flexibility for learning English

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Method A provides great flexibility to learn English

Method A leads to great flexibility to learn English

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    If I'm understanding your intended meaning correctly, then I don't feel like any of these are idiomatic. Method A isn't providing or leading to flexibility. Method A is flexible or is a flexible method for learning English. – Canadian Yankee Jan 9 at 19:11

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