Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?

1. Would it make sense to just: "I look forward to his response." (Or can one just say: "I look forward to receiving his response to the letter." 2. Are both these sentences correct; a) "Some people have more of a knack for writing." b) "Somw people have a bit more of a... show more 1. Would it make sense to just:

"I look forward to his response."

(Or can one just say: "I look forward to receiving his response to the letter."



2. Are both these sentences correct;

a) "Some people have more of a knack for writing."

b) "Somw people have a bit more of a flair for writing."

(And in case both are correct, which one sounds more polished?)



3. Can the verb 'to capture' be used in this context:

"I didn't manage to CAPTURE well that part of conversation/movie/lecture."
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