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Jim is able/capable to do A.

Jim is able/capable to do B.

Now I want to say, in a more brief way, that Jim is as able/capable to do A as he is to do B.

Which of the following is better? Or maybe an even better way you may suggest?

Jim is equally able/capable to do A and B.

Jim is able/capable equally to do A and B.

  • Jim can swim and skate, for example, is pretty direct and to the point. – FumbleFingers May 29 at 12:14
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We usually say

Jim is able to do A.
Jim is capable of doing B.

My suggestions are

Jim is equally able to do A and B.
Jim is capable of doing both A and B.
Jim is just as capable of doing A as B.
Jim can do A just as well as B.

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