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What does probably mean? #1 (permalink) Mon Nov 03, 2008 20:32 pm   What does probably mean?
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #708 "Ever vs. never", question 5

A: That's probably because you have ......... actually learnt from a native speaker.

(a) ever
(b) sometimes
(c) never
(d) always

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #708 "Ever vs. never", answer 5

A: That's probably because you have never actually learnt from a native speaker.

Correct answer: (c) never
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What does probably mean? #2 (permalink) Mon Nov 03, 2008 20:36 pm   What does probably mean?
 

Hi,

'Probably' suggests 'possibly'. You have probably.... = It is possible that you have ...

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