unlikely to / that I need to know if this structure is correct "It is not likely to stop raining soon" I think a that- clause is correct but they are asking me to rewrite the sentence using "to". If my attempt is not right , could you give me an alternative? It´s unlikely that it´ll stop raining soon It isnt ....... ( I must used "to") Thank you
Apr 14, 2016 11:26 AM
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Yes, that's right. The construction is [to be] + likely to + [infinitive]. It's unlikely that it'll stop raining soon = It isn't likely to stop raining soon.
April 14, 2016
I am curious... You must use "to" or "too"? Once again, the wonders of the English language: to, too and two. Three spelled differently, pronounced the same and all three have different meanings in a sentence. "It isn't too likely that it'll stop raining soon."
April 14, 2016
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