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    please correct this sentence only by changing one word from four underlined words

    If biennials were planted this year, they will be likely to bloom next year and every two years thereafter.

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    Re: please correct this sentence only by changing one word from four underlined words

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    Why don't you try first, Manminder, and then I'll check your answer?
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    is this correct?

    If biennials were planted this year, they would likely to bloom next year and every two years thereafter.

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    Re: is this correct?

    If biennials were planted this year, they would likely to bloom next year and every two years thereafter.

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    Re: is this correct?

    is this correct?

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    If biennials were planted this year, they would likely to bloom next year and every two years thereafter.

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    That's right, Manminder. (There is a typographical error, however-- would be likely to bloom or would likely bloom are correct.)
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