English Grammar

Making predictions in English

In this lesson, you will learn about making predictions using : Will + Adverb / Adverb + Won’t / May / May not / Might / Might Not / Could / Or Likely to

Will + Adverb / Adverb + Won’t

  • They probably won’t be there on time.
  • We will definitely lose the game this Sunday.
  • She will certainly pass her exam tomorrow.

May / May not / Might / Might Not / Could

  • It could be dangerous there.
  • Lincoln may call me in any minute.
  • He might not come today.

Likely to

  • Students in the next class are likely to get good marks.
  • The economy is likely to improve next month.
  • From now on, people are likely to get married late.

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