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More likely than not as a guest we'll say: #1 (permalink) Thu Apr 07, 2005 13:49 pm   More likely than not as a guest we'll say:
 

Test No. incompl/advan-73 "At the End of the Day (2)", question 9

More ......... than not as a guest we'll say:

(a) possible
(b) likely
(c) probably
(d) possibly

Test No. incompl/advan-73 "At the End of the Day (2)", answer 9

More likely than not as a guest we'll say:

Correct answer: (b) likely

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hi alan i was just wondering what is the exact difference among three of them??
i mean;probably,possibly and likely
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Likely #2 (permalink) Thu Apr 07, 2005 17:50 pm   Likely
 

Probably and possibly are very similar. Likely is an adjective where the other two are adverbs and means something is almost certain to happen. So we have expressions like: the likely result/the likely forecast and so on.
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