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    It is unlikely for him to pass the exam. Correct?

    Hi,

    1) It is unlikely that it will rain.
    2) It is unlikely to rain.

    1) It is unlikely that he will pass the exam.
    2) He is unlikely to pass the exam.

    Are above-mentioned sentences correct?

    1) It is unlikely for him to pass the exam. Correct?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: It is unlikely for him to pass the exam. Correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit1988 View Post
    Hi,

    1) It is unlikely that it will rain.
    2) It is unlikely to rain.

    1) It is unlikely that he will pass the exam.
    2) He is unlikely to pass the exam.

    Are above-mentioned sentences correct?

    1) It is unlikely for him to pass the exam. Correct? This one is a bit awkward.

    Thanks in advance.
    Bhai.

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