Originally Posted by jiangDear teachers,
I found it difficult to interpret the meaning of 'there is no question of'.
I'll show my confusion by the following examples:
1. There is no qustion of his dismissing you at the moment.
The sentence could be explained as 'It's impossible that he will dismiss you'. Is it possible to interpret it as 'Without any doubt he will dismiss you at the moment'? If it can't it's because there is 'at the moment'. Is that right?
2. There is no question that they are active in class.
Does it mean 'they are active' or 'without doubt they are not active'?
3. The same question with the third sentence:
There is no question that he'll come back after studying in Australia.
Could you please kindly clarify the meanings of the sentences?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.
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