How to express possibility/probability in English - Spoken English Lesson (ESL)
When we talk about the future we often don't know what will happen. Most of the English learners and native speakers as well, use the modal verbs to show that we believe something is probable or possible. In this English lesson you will learn few expressions that will help you to express possibility.
Example - It's probably going to rain tonight.
2. There is a good chance
Example - There's a good chance India may win.
3. The odds are
Example - The odds are he will win the gold medal.
4. It's quite likely
Example - It's quite likely to rain this evening.
Example - He will be back tomorrow, perhaps you can fix a meeting with him for tomorrow.
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