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    Adverbs of probability

    What´s the difference between Maybe, perhaps and probably?

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    'Probably' = good chance of happening.
    The others are less likely to happen.

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    Re: Adverbs of probability

    Quote Originally Posted by Joci
    What´s the difference between Maybe, perhaps and probably?

    Thank you for asking!
    I agree with TDOL. Maybe and perhaps are synonyms that are very close in meaning.

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