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    Are two sentences below equivalent?

    Are two sentences below equivalent?

    1/ It seems to be impossible.
    2/ It is seemingly impossible.

    which one is more natural?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Are two sentences below equivalent?

    Quote Originally Posted by hanky View Post
    are the two sentences below equivalent?

    1/ it seems to be impossible.
    2/ it is seemingly impossible.

    Which one is more natural? they are equivalent in meaning. I think 1/ is more natural, but the most natural and common sentence would be 'it seems impossible.'

    thanks in advance.
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