More capable or capable of more?


I wonder if both of these sentences are grammartically correct. And if they are, are these sentences have the same meaning?


(1) You are more capable than you think you are.


(2) You are capable of more than you think you are.

asked Apr 18 '13 at 08:29 Hoang V. Pham New member

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