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Hi,


Which is correct please?


He says he’s capable but whether he capable or not is to be seen/has to be seen.
He says he’s capable but whether he capable or not is yet to be seen/has yet to be seen.

thanks

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anonymousHe says he’s capable but whether he capable or not is to be seen/has to be seen.

We normally say it this way: "He says he’s capable, but whether he is capable or not remains to be seen."

anonymousHe says he’s capable but whether he capable or not is yet to be seen/has yet to be seen.

The version I mentioned above is the way we say it with "to be seen". You can use "yet" with other ways of saying it, for example, ""He says he’s capable, but whether he is capable or not has yet to be determined." It is "has" because later it will have been determined, and you can say that it has been determined.