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    Some people are more likely

    ''Some people are more likely to live in a house, but others are going to choose a block of flats''. What's that? Is such a sequence of tenses posiible in English??? Does it make sense?
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    Re: Some people are more likely

    Well, you have that sentence in quotes, so obviously such a sequence of tenses is possible in English. And it makes sense to me. Some people prefer to live in a house. Others prefer an apartment (flat).

    "block of flats"


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