strengths and limitations

English speakers often talk about "strengths and weaknesses":

Interviewers usually want you to talk about your strengths and weaknesses.

But sometimes you might want to use a different word instead of "weakness". For one thing, "weakness" sounds a little negative. In that case, you can say "strengths and limitations" instead:

All of us have strengths and limitations. We just have to recognize that fact and find ways to improve.

This phrase appears in these lessons: