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    Looking for a more formal style for a sentence...

    Hi,

    Will you please kindly let me know if I can use better language to make the same point in the following sentence?

    "These countries are, then, more likely to be able to provide the security needed for such events."

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    Re: Looking for a more formal style for a sentence...

    You could remove the commas and replace then with thus.
    I am not a teacher.

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