New answers tagged potential-form
As far as I can tell, there is no real difference between the potential form (-える or -られる, depending on the verb) and することができる: they can be used interchangeably. That said, in normal conversation, you'll probably hear -える/-られる used more often, since it's much shorter. Also, する itself has no potential form, so it can be replaced entirely by できる. Thus, ...
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