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Grammar question: They are likely to (use adverb)



 
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Grammar question: They are likely to (use adverb) #1 (permalink) Tue Dec 28, 2004 17:17 pm   Grammar question: They are likely to (use adverb)
 

Test No. incompl/advan-1 "Code of Practice", question 7

The report is ......... to show better than expected results.

(a) necessary
(b) possibly
(c) clearly
(d) likely

Test No. incompl/advan-1 "Code of Practice", answer 7

The report is likely to show better than expected results.

Correct answer: (d) likely

Your answer was: incorrect
The report is necessary to show better than expected results.
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I have some problems with adverbs such as this case likely

Please give some help

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Likely #2 (permalink) Tue Dec 28, 2004 18:22 pm   Likely
 

Well,

Maybe the following examplese help you memorize the use of those words:

They will probably leave the hotel.
They are likely to leave the hotel.

She will probably not arrive on Thursday.
She is not likely to arrive on Thursday.

TOEFL listening lectures: Why do the Lascaux cave paintings probably not qualify as graffiti?
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