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    #1

    unlikely (to)

    "She hasnīt been linked to any wrongdoing, which analysts say makes it unlikely the scandals will cut her lead."
    Can I rephrase this sentence, without a change in meaning, like: "She hasnīt been linked to any wrongdoing. Analysts say it makes the scandals unlikely to cut her lead"?

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    #2

    Re: unlikely (to)

    You can, but the original sentence is much better.

    Rover

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