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          1. 英語口語:談論可能性 Possibility
            文章來源:未知 文章作者:enread 發布時間:2020-03-12 05:57 字體: [ ]  進入論壇
            1. There's __ chance that England will win the match.
            There's no chance = there's zero possibility. (Remember to stress ''no'' when you say this.)
            2. Do you think England will win? No, it's __ to impossible.
            If something is ''next to impossible'', it's very unlikely to happen.
            3. Really. They don't __ a chance!
            If you don't stand a chance, there is little to zero possibility that you'll do or have something.
            4. OK - well maybe they do. I guess they have a chance in a __
            When something is very low probability, there's a chance in a million.
            5. There's __ chance that he'll get a promotion1. He works really hard.
            There's every chance = something is very likely to happen.
            6. I __ he'll call you tonight.
            If you say ''I bet...'' you're really sure that something will happen. We say ''I swear that...'' when we want to promise someone that we did / didn't do something.
            7. There's no __ he knew about the party.
            There's no way = zero possibility. (There's no way he knew about the party = it's certain that he didn't know about the party.)
            8. Don't worry about the exam. There's __ the chance that you've passed.
            There's always the chance that = it's possible that. (You might be lucky!)
            9. Don't worry that they're late. It's __ likely that they're stuck in traffic.
            If something is ''highly likely'' or ''highly unlikely'', it's very likely / unlikely. (Remember ''highly'' is an adverb we often use with ''likely''.)
            10. I'm sorry to say you don't have a hope in __ of getting the job.
            If you don't have a hope in hell of something, there's no possibility of you getting that thing.


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            • The teacher conferred with the principal about Dick's promotion.教師與校長商談了迪克的升級問題。
            • The clerk was given a promotion and an increase in salary.那個職員升了級,加了薪。