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    Probability

    Hi there! I have to questions for you. Hope you have time.

    Are the next sentences grammatically correct?

    I think it will definitively happen in the future that people will live longer.
    It certainly won’t happen everybody in the world will quit smoking.

    Thanks in advance!


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    Re: Probability

    Quote Originally Posted by coteti View Post
    Hi there! I have to questions for you. Hope you have time.

    Are the next sentences grammatically correct?

    I think it will definitively happen in the future that people will live longer.

    This is okay, but it sounds a bit stilted/awkward.

    It certainly won’t happen everybody in the world will quit smoking.

    Thanks in advance!
    It certainly won’t happen unless everybody in the world will quit smoking.

    It certainly won’t happen unless everybody in the world quits smoking.

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